Country Pub Hotels in the Scottish Borders
The Scottish Borders countryside oozing in idyllic scenery gives visitors the chance to explore Abbotsford House, home of Sir Walter Scott and unwind in the beautiful estate and gardens. Additionally a visit to Scott’s View provides one of the most stunning views across the Scottish Borders and a personal favourite of Sir Walter Scott. There's plenty of space to escape, explore or just enjoy some simple outdoor pleasures with a host of walking and cycling routes to keep active whilst you’re away on holiday. If this sounds like the perfect getaway then why not stay in a country pub hotel in the Scottish Borders. Surrounding yourself with blue skies and glorious countryside country pubs are a great alternative to your average hotel or B&Bs.
With buildings clinging to their heritage and full of charm country pubs will not only provide a unique once in a lifetime experience and with modern features country pubs can provide unmatched comfort to recharge after a day exploring the Scottish Borders. With flat screen TVs, Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, comfortable bedding and modern en-suite bathrooms a stay in a country pub is both unique and luxurious.
With weary legs trudging back to the country pubs after exploring the Scottish Borders a hearty locally sourced home cooked dinner, with all the favourites of the region, accompanied with a vast selection of cask ales, fine wines and spirits is the perfect antidote after a busy day out in the Scottish Borders. With the warm summer evenings what better way to dine than out in the beer garden sharing stories with fellow travellers or curling up by the fire when the winter bite hits.
Country pubs have no end of entertainment for visitors from pub quizzes to beer festivals and BBQ’s your entertainment is always taken care of. So why not start planning your perfect getaway in the Scottish Borders today! Find out more about what the Scottish Borders has to offer by visiting our Things to Do section.
(Photo: ©VisitBritain / Britain on View)