Cringletie House Hotelis located approximately two miles North of Peebles on the Edinburgh Road, this magnificent Country House Hotel is set within 28 acres of gardens and woodland offering an idyllic setting for your stay in the Tweed Valley. The hotel is rated 4 Red Stars by the AA, and 4 Gold Stars by Visit Scotland. So if you are looking for a touch of luxurious comfort within a romantic setting, then the Cringletie is an excellent choice.
This is a truly magnificent Country House Hotel where we will make your stay as comfortable and pleasant as possible.
as well as offering excellent accommodation the hotel is a great retreat after a hard day on the trail, offering scrumptious afternoon teas, lovely lunches and wonderful dining in the stunning Sutherland Restaurant.
Traquair Arms Hotel Nestling on the edge of the picturesque town of Innerleithen, six miles south of Peebles, and less than an hour from Edinburgh is the perfect hub for magnificent cycling, relaxation and adventure. The hotel is less than five minutes cycle to the famous Red Bull car park, your starting point for many of the fantastic cross country trails and world renowned down hill tracks that weave through the Traquair Forest. This, combined with excellent cyclist friendly facilities including secure bike storage, makes the Traquaire Arms Hotel an excellent base.
Popular with guests and locals alike for its warm welcome, the Traquair Arms Hotel offers great food, inviting surroundings, and comfortable accommodation in the Hotel and in its self-catering Courtyard Cottages. New owner Dave Rogers carries on a tradition of friendly Borders hospitality, and having undertaken extensive refurbishments, will ensure that a stay at the Traquair Arms Hotel compliments your visit to the Scottish Borders.
The Tontine Hotel is in our opinion a real gem, situated in Peebles High Street it commands an excellent location for access to all that the town has to offer. The Hotel offers a real biker friendly welcome with good facilities including 36 en-suite bedrooms, secure storage, drying room and private parking for all guests. Only three miles cycle ride to Glentress Trail Head the Hotel offers an excellent base for those who would like to be within reach of the trails but also within walking distance to the towns other facilities.
Dining in the hotels elegant Adam Room Restaurant is a must. Enjoying fine views across the Glensax Hills and with fresh flowers in abundance, guests are invited to relax and enjoy choice Scottish cuisine. Wherever possible, menus are inspired by the wealth of fresh, quality produce available locally throughout the Scottish Borders. Beef, Lamb, Venison and Fish from the East Coast ports feature strongly, while home-baked sweets, shortbread and scones are a speciality, served daily for Afternoon Tea in the newly refurbished Callants Lounge.
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