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Woodlands House Hotel, Galashiels, Borders

Woodlands House Hotel
Galashiels
Borders

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The Woodlands House Hotel is a beautiful gothic mansion of great character with fascinating history. Built in 1860 as a private residence for a local textile mill owner, the house is now a perfect retreat to enjoy excellent hospitality and award-winning cuisine in a traditional Scottish setting. You will find a warm welcome awaits you from the staff at Woodlands where the Oakwood Bar and Restaurant is a popular attraction for locals and visitors. Original wood panelling and a roaring fire create the perfect ambience to sample the mouth-watering Scottish and International fayre in informal surroundings. And of course, there's the selection of Whiskey's to warm you up after a day on the golf course. Sample the imaginative and carefully prepared dishes in our fine dining restaurant. With an imposing marble fireplace and grand chandeliers, Alexander's is an elegant restaurant for a special occasion.

Our range of facilities ensures we can offer meeting and banqueting facilities from 2 to 60.

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