We stayed here at the end of our first day on the St Cuthbert's way. As walkers we were neither embraced nor frowned upon, no problem there. The hotel is set on the banks of the Tweed and adjacent to the ruins of Dryburgh Abbey and the grounds make good use of these. The room and other features of the hotel are fine but not exceptional. We ate an evening meal in the downstairs bar which was well cooked and generously portioned. The breakfast room, which I think is also the other evening eating place, is lovely with views over the river. The breakfast itself was excellent, the stand out element of our brief stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Dryburgh Abbey Hotel sits on the banks of the River Tweed in the breathtaking Borders countryside. Next to the historic ruins of Dryburgh Abbey, Sir Walter Scott's last resting place, it offers a fabulous location for fishing, cycling, walking, or simply enjoying a relaxing leisure break. Quality local produce is served in the tranquil setting of the Tweed resataurant by friendly and attentive staff. The proximity of the hotel to the Abbey also makes it an ideal venue for that special wedding day. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dryburgh Abbey Melrose
- Hotel Dryburgh Abbey
- Dryburgh Abbey Hotel St Boswells, Borders