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Scottish Borders Hotels & Accommodation

This is our page to accommodation and hotels in the Scottish Borders categorised into towns for ease as the Scottish Borders towns have their own appeal and tourism aspects.

The Scottish Borders' most famous sights are its ruined abbeys founded during the times of  King David I. Tweedale, Melrose and Peebles are full of great attractions. Don't miss the Sir Walter Scott mansion in Abbottsford famous for its eccentricities and the intriguing Traquar House.

You can read more from our Scottish Borders Visitor Guide.

Abington Hotels (2)

Abington is conveniently located at the point where Edinburgh-bound traffic leaves to follow the A702 through Biggar and West Linton

Coldstream Hotels (5)

Coldstream is situated on the north bank of the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders region.

Duns hotels (5)

Duns is a quiet market town that lies in Berwick and is most known as the birthplace of Jim Clark a former farmer who went on to become the world motor racing champion twice.

Swinton Hotels (2)

Swinton, in the Scottish Borders region, is a little town situated near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Coldstream, Duns and Kelso.

Biggar Hotels (2)

Biggar is situated in the Southern Uplands, near the River Clyde, around 30 miles from Edinburgh.

Earlston Hotels (1)

The town situated on the River Leader in Leaderdale is famous for its ancient vestiges such as Rhymer's Tower" that dates back to 500 years.

Eyemouth hotels (3)

Eyemouth is also a fishing port, which celebrates an annual Herring Queen Festival.

Galashiels Hotels (5)

Galashiels is known for textile manufacturing and is the location of Heriot-Watt University's School of Textiles and Design.

Hawick Hotels (4)

Hawick the largest Scottish town on the English border is famous for its woolens and tweeds.

Innerleithen Hotels (1)

Innerleithen is a small town in the committee area of Tweeddale, in the Scottish Borders.

Jedburgh Hotels (3)

Jedburgh a town in Scottish Borders on the Jed River, is world famous for its rayon industry.

Kelso Hotels (9)

Kelso in the Scottish Borders region is situated at the confluence of Tweed and Teviot in the shadow of the ruins of Benedictine Abbey.

Kirk Yetholm Hotels (2)

Kirk Yetholm was for centuries the head-quarters of the Romani people (Gypsies) in Scotland.

Lauder Hotels (1)

Today it is also a significant Lauder is a strategic waypoint for those heading from south west to north east along the line of the Southern Upland Way.

Moffat Hotels (10)

During the 17th century Moffat evolved from a small village into a popular spa town thanks to the waters of Moffat Spa believed to have healing properties.

Melrose Hotels (5)

Melrose makes a very convenient base to explore the Tweed Valley.

Newcastleton Hotels (2)

Newcastleton village in Liddesdale is popular for being the site of Hermitage Castle.

Peebles Hotels (13)

Peebles is a mountain resort and a farm market with woolen mills.

Selkirk Hotels (3)

Selkirk is an attractive town that is famous for its woolen mills and shoemaking industry.

Teviothead hotels (1)

A small village located south of River Teviot.

Walkerburn Hotels (1)

Walkerburn is a small village in the Scottish Borders that was founded in 1854 around a mill to house the workers.

This is our page to accommodation and hotels in the Scottish Borders categorised into towns for ease as the Scottish Borders towns have their own appeal and tourism aspects.

The Scottish Borders' most famous sights are its ruined abbeys founded during the times of  King David I. Tweedale, Melrose and Peebles are full of great attractions. Don't miss the Sir Walter Scott mansion in Abbottsford famous for its eccentricities and the intriguing Traquar House.

You can read more from our Scottish Borders Visitor Guide.