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Dryburgh Abbey Hotel, Roxburghshire

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Area: Borders
Open: All year
Children: Yes
Disabled: Yes Pets: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes - Up to 150
Weddings: Yes Price Guide*: From 70 - 300
TV in rooms: Yes Pool/Health Club: Yes

Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is nestled on a 10-acre private estate on the banks of the River Tweed and adjacent to the historic Dryburgh Abbey. Dryburgh Abbey Hotel, a Scottish Baronial Mansion dating from the 19th century, commands a stunning position on the banks of the River Tweed in the heart of The Scottish Borders.

Enjoy the spacious Tweed or Abbey bedrooms, attractively decorated and with every comfort one would expect. The hotel has a comfortable lounge area with real wood burning stove, the Abbey Bistro for casual dining and the Tweed Restaurant with stunning views of the River for a more formal feel.

Head chef Paul Wenbourne sources meat, game and seafood from local estates, rivers and coastline, while the hotel’s own kitchen garden provides him with seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables. Menus vary according to the season. Most enjoyable dining experience and service was excellent.

Don’t forget the indoor pool which is ideal after a day filled with walking, fishing, touring, sporting or just relaxing by the pool itself.

This is Sir Walter Scott country, and his home at Abbotsford was opened in 2014 by the Queen after its extensive renovation. The Borders is renowned for its agricultural produce and the famous 'Melrose Sevens' rugby tournament.

Ideal venue for Corporate Meetings ('away from it all') or Weddings - just an hour’s drive down the A68 from Edinburgh. Recently awarded ‘Regional Country House Hotel of the Year’.

Your host: Ken Buchanan.

(First visited, 1992).

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