Rooms and Rates


Contact Us

Local Attractions






TD14 5QY

Tel:+44(0)18907 81704

Email us.



Check Availability

Local Attractions

The fishing harbour of Eyemouth is just two miles away and includes Gunsgreen House as one of its attractions. The beach at Coldingham only a 15 minute drive as is the National Trust headland of St. Abbs.     

Just south of the historic garrison town of Berwick-upon-Tweed are Holy Island, Bamburgh and the Farne Islands (boats operate summer only).

Inland are private houses open to the public such as Manderston and Mellerstain, and the Castles of Floors at Kelso, and Thirlestane at Lauder.     

Paxton House, on the Tweed, contains some of the finest pictures (some of which are loaned by the National Galleries of Scotland).   

Melrose hosts the Book Festival, and is near to Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott.

GOLF – several links courses are situated nearby (Eyemouth, Berwick and Goswick) not to mention Muirfield in North Berwick.    

FISHING  -   can be taken by the day on the Tweed, the Teviot or the Whiteadder. Sea fishing is also available.

WALKERS -  have a huge variety of different walks to take, including the Southern Upland Way, St. Cuthberts Way, The East Coast route and John Muir Way, which takes you most of the way into Edinburgh.

SURFING – Coldingham is known for its wonderful surf, where the Surf School can provide all equipment and lessons by arrangement.

BIRDWATCHING – during the summer months, St. Abbs is  home to thousands of Guillemots, Razorbills and Kittiwakes who nest on the cliff faces.

DIVING - Ayton is just 2 miles from the Eyemouth dive centre and 4 miles from the St Abbs marine conservation area.