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Dryburgh Abbey Hotel
St Boswell's
Melrose
Borders

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Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is situated in the breathtaking Scottish Borders countryside, on the banks of the River Tweed and adjacent to the historic ruins of Dryburgh Abbey. Our 38 bedrooms all have en-suite facilities and most have superb views of either Dryburgh Abbey or the River Tweed.

Whether your stay is for business or pleasure we can offer you peace and tranquility in our 11 acres of grounds. With its central location we make an ideal base for visiting all the historic towns whilst still being easily accessible from Edinburgh, Newcastle and Carlisle.

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Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Star
AA 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 38
Number Ensuite: 38

Price per Person

Double: From £65
Twin: From £65
Suite: From £110
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Restaurant

Name: Tweed Restaurant
Cuisine: Traditional
Chef: Mark Wilkinson
Awards: AA Rosette

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