Here are our slection of hotels in Lauder, a village town near the Scotland Borders.
In the early 1800, the Romans passed this way when they built Dere Street through Lauderdale to link central Scotland with northern England. Since then Lauder has seen the passage of many armies moving both north and south. Today it is also a significant waypoint for those heading from south west to north east along the line of the Southern Upland Way.
The Lauder Town Hall dominates the southern end of the Market Place. To the east of the Market Place is Lauder Old Church. Designed to a very unusual Greek Cross plan with an octagonal tower, this was built in 1673 to replace a church cleared from the grounds of Thirlestane Castle to the east of the village by the 2nd Earl of Lauderdale.
The Thirlestane Castle is now open to the pubic and offers visitors an extremely comprehensive tour of the public, private and domestic areas of the castle, plus exhibitions of Borders country life.
Check our comprehensive list of hotels in our Lauder Hotels Comparison Page. You can make online bookings in the same page after choosing the right hotel. Also check our list Self-Catering Cottages in Scotland.