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Chirnside Hall Hotel

10 bedroomed country house hotel outside of Duns that is little known but intimate with friendly family owners.

Secluded, beautiful Victorian Country Mansion House that was built in 1830, and since renovated and refurnished with antiques and warm furnishings.

The house is full of character and has a classic Victorian baronial and homely atmosphere. Wonderful views, elegant surroundings, and mouth watering meals served in the intimate candle-lit restaurant. Perfect hideaway for everybody who enjoys peace and quiet.

Chirnside House is situated in the beautiful Scottish Borders overlooking the Cheviot Hills. The lovely country side is surrounded by historic houses and castles. Chirnside is the place where you can relax, take a quiet stroll around the Hotel's five acres of grounds and landscape garden or there are country paths and forest walks to enjoy on your own. Cycling along river valleys and quiet country roads. Fishing along the legendary river Tweed and its famous tributaries. The Borders is an excellent area for golfing, enjoy some of Scotland's most breath-taking courses, 15 in total including a Championship Course.

More Property Details

  • Location Features: Rural
  • Nearest Places in the Guide: Duns
  • Contact Information

  • Contact Name: Tessa Korsten
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  • Booking & Contact Phone Number : +44 (1890) 818219
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    Location on the Map

    Nearby Castles & Houses

    • Manderston House

      Manderston is the supreme country house of Edwardian Scotland; the swan-song of its era.

    • Duns Castle

      Massive norman and victorian Border Pele or Peel that dates back to 1320 with later C19 baronial additions by Graham. Still inhabited by the same family since C17 and not open to public.

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