Cornhill On Tweed

Cornhill-on-Tweed sits just across the border from Coldstream, an old stone bridge spanning the river nearby. The village offers a good base for exploring the border country and striking further afield across country to Berwick and Holy Island... Read More

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Collingwood Arms Hotel

Collingwood Arms Hotel

Grade 2 Listed, luxury Georgian hotel set in glorious surroundings with views over the River Tweed. For more than 200 years, the Collingwood Arms has provided a focal point for colourful local community; a former coaching ... More | visit website

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Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel (0.76 miles)

Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel
Here is a Country House Hotel nestling within the Scottish Borders, midway between Edinburgh and Newcastle that, although a short drive from the A1, is a place far removed from the hustle and bustle of ... More | visit website
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Apartment - 76 High Street (1.07 miles)

Apartment - 76 High Street

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Fully Furnished Rooms with faciltites. Ideal for anyone visiting the Scottish Borders. Facilities include tv, dvd, wireless internet, extra beds available on request, microwave, fridge, washing facilities available ... More

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Bank House (1.12 miles)

Bank House

Fully Furnished Rooms with faciltites. Ideal for anyone visiting the Scottish Borders. Facilities include tv, dvd, wireless internet, extra beds available on request, microwave, fridge, washing facilities available if required. Stunning views from ... More | visit website

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Calico House Luxury Rooms (1.17 miles)

Calico House Luxury Rooms

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Calico House offers luxury bed and breakfast in Coldstream, the first "true border toon", on the banks of the famous River Tweed. Ideally positioned close to Kelso, Berwick upon Tweed ... More

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Newcastle Arms (1.17 miles)

Newcastle Arms
A family run hotel situated in the town of Coldstream, within the borders district of Scotland. It lies on the north bank of the river Tweed in the county of Berwickshire a former burgh, Coldstream ... More | visit website
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The Wheatsheaf at Swinton (5.24 miles)

The Wheatsheaf at Swinton

A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at the Wheatsheaf Hotel in Berwickshire from husband and wife owners Chris & Jan Winson. Open seven days a week Situated near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Coldstream, Duns and Kelso the Wheatsheaf Scottish Borders Accommodation ... More | visit website

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No28 B&B (5.24 miles)

No28 B&B
No.28 has all the comforts of an exclusive hotel at a fraction of the cost. We are situated in the heart of Swinton only a stones throw from the renowned Wheatsheaf Hotel, where evening meals ... More | visit website
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Red Lion Inn (5.79 miles)

Red Lion Inn
The Red Lion Hotel is one of the oldest public houses on Wooler high street, the core dating back to 1671. It is now a family run pub offering recently refurbished accommodation. A warm welcome ... More | visit website
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Hethpool House (7.18 miles)

Hethpool House
Hethpool bed and breakfast is an Edwardian manor house in the heart of the Cheviot Hills in the College Valley. This is within the Northumbria National Park ideally located on St. Cuthbert’s Way and close ... More | visit website
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Duns Castle (7.21 miles)

Duns Castle

This 14th century Tower House enlarged to splendid Gothic form welcomes individuals, groups and companies into its timeless historical atmosphere. The interior is warm, authentic and comfortable and the owners give their personal attention to ... More | visit website

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