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Abbeyside is almost opposite Melrose Abbey and only 5 minutes walk from the centre of Melrose.
Stunning upper half of Victorian villa in the heart of the Scottish Borders in the picturesque town of Melrose within walking distance of the some of the most stunning scenery of the area.
Beautifully restored 19th century manse decorated and furnished in the Georgian style. Set within the precincts of Melrose Abbey, the Cloister House commands stunning views of the Eildon Hills.
For more than 35 years Burts has been owned by Graham and Anne Henderson, whose friendly personal attention has built the hotel's excellent reputation.
Old Bank House is in the beautiful town of Melrose famous of course for the Rugby Sevens in April. For the walker we have the start of the Southern Upland Way.
The perfect spot to rekindle romance, one bedroom Lilac Cottage provides an idyllic retreat for two guests with all the attractions of the Borders on the doorstep.
Welcome to Saddlery Cottage
This early nineteenth-century house has been finely furnished and decorated with the advice of our Curator, Ian Gow. The property sleeps up to twelve.
Six charming holiday cottages formed from the conversion of a Georgian farm steading in a stunning location overlooking Melrose and the beautiful Tweed Valley. Each cottage sleeps 1-6 people
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