Privately owned country hotel with 19 en suite bedrooms in the village of St Boswells near Melrose. A four star Inn with a few awards up its sleeve. Scottish Inn of the Year 2011, Local Bar Food Gold Medal 2012, Golf & Sporting Breaks 2012
Situated in Newstead, the oldest continually inhabited village in Scotland, just on the outskirts of Melrose, which is located at the foot of the Eildon Hills and famous for its rugby 7's in April and also the Book Festival in June.
Whinstane, taking its name from the local borders stone, is a delightful two bedroom period cottage close to the centre of the picturesque town of Melrose, nestled between the famous River Tweed and the dramatic, gorse-backed Eildon Hills.
Tweed Cottage is a mere 5 minutes stroll from the edge of the River Tweed which gives it’s name. Carry on for a further 10 minutes over the chain footbridge and you arrive by foot into the ancient market town of Melrose.