Originally built for the Murrays of Blackbarony, this imposing 16th century castle hotel has evolved into the welcoming, modern hotel we see today.
Former Castle Hotel
Dating as far back as the 15th century, the castle was initially known as Darnhall and featured fortifications and towers that helped fend off the attacks of any invading armies. In the early 18th century, the castle's facade was revamped in a Jacobean style, so as to resemble a French chateau more closely and become more modern and closer to the architectural standards of the time. Although the castle has been renovated before being turned into a hotel, it still maintains some of its historic elements, such as the remains of a vaulted cellar that can still be seen from the hotel's entrance.
Hotel with Spa
Guests can relax in hot tub, sauna, fitness center and swimming pool.
Family Friendly Hotel
All children up to 4 years stay for free when using existing beds.
Caddon View Country Guest House Country House in Innerleithen
Why stay anywhere else when you can find all you need under one roof? Spend your day in the stunning Tweed Valley, then rest with a refreshing drink in front of an amazing fire and dine in an award winning restaurant.
Mixing luxurious award winning accommodation with delicious food in a romantic setting, a warm welcome awaits you from Steve and Lisa in their home Caddon View.
Positioned in its own grounds the hotel is an elegantly decorated Victorian house built in the 1850's.
The hotel features a romantic restaurant with candlelit tables and big bay windows which overlook the lush gardens.
Dogs can stay for free in Cringletie House and they are welcomed with a special dog biscuit on arrival. For hygienic reasons, they are not allowed in public rooms, but the hotel provides them with everything they might need: from blankets and water bowls to a grooming service and vet upon request. Blankets for Dogs Dog Play Area Dogs Stay Free More details...
Accommodation for Honeymoon
Spend the honeymoon of your dreams in this luxurious Scottish castle hotel and create moments with your other half that neither of you will ever forget.
All kinds of pets are welcome to stay at this hotel at an extra cost. Since the hotel is surrounded by parks and green-filled areas, there is plenty of space for your four-legged companion to run and play. Certain amenities such as waste bags, food and water bowls as well as dog leashes are also provided by the hotel. Dog Play Area More details...
The hotel boasts 9 uniquely decorated guest rooms, each one of which exudes a comfortable and elegant atmosphere, reminiscent of the Victorian era country houses.
Balcary House was built in 1888 as a mansion owned by a local family. During the 1940s, it operated as a care home mainly for children from bombed areas, while it was also used as a christian conference centre before being turned into the hotel that it is today.
Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa Hotel in Peebles
This luxurious hotel boasts an impressive 200-acre spa on private grounds, offering a plethora of facilities and treatments. Whether you are looking for a treatment to relax and revitilise yourself or a fully-equipped gym to maintain your workout routine, Macdonald Cardrona Hotel's spa has everything to keep you satisfied.
Dog Friendly Hotel
Dogs are very welcome to stay at Macdonald Cardrona Hotel with a fee of £15 per dog per night.
Philipburn Hotel, BW Signature Collection Hotel in Selkirk
The Tontine Hotel welcomes dogs for a small fee, while it provides towels, dog treats and food and water bowls to all guests who have come along with their furry companion. You and your pooch can enjoy all areas of the hotel together, while the plenty green areas that surround the hotel are ideal for a walk or run for both of you. It is certain that both you and your four-legged friend will feel at home at this hotel. Dog Play Area More details...