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The Kingsknowes Hotel - Kingsknowes Hotel Selkirk Road Galashiels TD1 3HY

0.3 miles from Netherdale
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £125.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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The Kingsknowes Hotel is a beautiful Scots Baronial Mansion, built in 1869 with 12, individually furnished, en-suite bedrooms. The hotel has splendid and well tended gardens, abundant parking and is only a 15 minute walk from Galashiels town centre. The Kingsknowes is set in the heart of the romantic Scottish Borders and overlooks Abbotsford House- Sir Walter Scott's ancestral home - the River Tweed (famous salmon river) and the beautiful Eildon hills. It is an ideal base whether you are on business, or wish to tour the area and explore the Border Abbeys and famous houses, relax in our ambient atmosphere, or enjoy golf, shooting, salmon fishing, walking or cycling and many other sporting activities. Lunch and dinner is served daily in the Courtyard Bar or in one of our unique dining rooms, and during the summer months in our original Edwardian conservatory. We are situated only 33 miles south of Edinburgh on the A7, with great transport links to other surrounding Border towns.

Craigielea Guest House - Lawyers Brae, Galashiels TD1 3JQ

1.1 miles from Netherdale
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £62.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Family owned Craigielea is a late Victorian townhouse in the Scottish Borders town of Galashiels. Within easy walking distance of restaurants, pubs and shops, we offer an ideal centre from which to tour this lovely region. The Borders area has some of Scotland's finest fishing, picturesque and challenging golf courses, and the world class MTB trails at Glentress and Innerleithen. We have some fantastic walking, whether a short stroll along the banks of the Tweed, or a marathon 12 day hike along the Southern Upland Way, and everything in between. If you’re looking for a more relaxing stay, the border towns have many excellent restaurants, small individual shops, including some very fine mill shops selling tweed and cashmere, and a myriad of castles and stately homes in which to while away an afternoon. So come and stay a while, and enjoy everything that this beautiful area has to offer.

Monorene Guest House - 23 Stirling Street, Galashiels TD1 1BY

1.2 miles from Netherdale
Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £65.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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The Monorene is a traditional Guest House set in the heart of Galashiels, just a stones throw from the train station where you can jump on a train and be in Edinburgh within an hour. The guest house features 6 rooms, with a mix of singles, twin and family rooms. All the rooms are well appointed, clean and tidy, and have all the facilities you would expect. Guests will receive a warm welcome and have use of free parking, free wifi, a home cooked breakfast and much more. Galshiels is a small quiet town located perfectly for day trips to Edinburgh, without having to pay the high prices of city accommodation, but close enough to make travel to the city a breeze. Train tickets to Edinburgh are just £10. The owners pride themselves on the cleanliness and warmth of the accommodation, making sure each and every guest enjoys their stay. Your day will get off to a fantastic start with a delicious home cooked breakfast. The Borders is full of historic places to visit: Ancient Abbeys, Stately homes, Museums, Roman Ruins and most of all the most beautiful scenery that can be found in Scotland. The Scottish Borders is also home to Freedom of the Fairways where you can visit up to 21 of the friendliest Golf Courses in Scotland with Golf passports from £75 for 3 days and £110 for 5 days. (Passports are valid from 1st April to 31st October) Whatever your interests, you'll find something in the Borders, and at the comfortable Monorene Guesthouse, your bed and breakfast stay will be an enjoyable, relaxing experience. Please note - there are no card facilities on site, if you wish to pay by card contact us in advance and it can be arranged. We do not accept pets.

Watson Lodge Guest House - 15-16 Bridge Street, Galashiels TD1 1SW

1.3 miles from Netherdale
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £70.0 | Customer rating: 4\6
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WATSON LODGE is a Georgian town-house built in 1827. We are a mix of old and modern with many period features still intact throughout the building. We offer several room types - twin, triple, family, double - and all our double rooms have super-king size beds. All rooms have FREE WiFi and a 32" flat screen television with FREEVIEW. Our ground floor room is suitable for guests with restricted mobility and we can arrange hire of a mobility scooter. Guests are welcome to enjoy the paved garden area to the rear of the property which is stocked with unusual plants and flowers and is a real sun-trap during the summer. We are located in a quiet street in the town centre close to shops, restaurants and pubs. Edinburgh is only 40 minutes by car and trains and buses run every half hour. The scenery here is world renowned and perfect for weddings, family gatherings, photography or just walking. There are also many historical sites to explore and the area also offers golf, fishing, cycling, mountain biking, swimming, gym, fitness classes, horse riding and even zorba football. For the less energetic there are shops, beauty treatment salons, 4 screen cinema, bingo hall, theatre, concerts and an excellent choice of restaurants and pubs offering live music and entertainment. Children are also well catered for with indoor soft play areas and a deer farm and donkey sanctuary nearby. Details of all events are available in reception and all our staff are knowledgable about the local area and happy to help. Yearly events include the Borders towns' Gala Days and Equestrian Common Ridings. The Melrose 7s Rugby Tournament is held in April with top class teams competing from around the world. The Borders Book Festival in June attracts famous faces from the world of books, comedy, news and television. And we are only a train or bus ride away from the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe which runs throughout August! We look forward to welcoming you to WATSON LODGE soon.

The Waverley Castle Hotel - WAVERLEY ROAD MELROSE TD6 9AA

1.6 miles from Netherdale
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £95.0 | Customer rating: 4\6
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Situated one mile outside of Melrose, the Waverley Castle Hotel sits within five acres of parkland nestled between the River Tweed and the Eildon Hills. The Hotel is ideally located for those who want to get out and explore with sightseeing walks to enjoy nearby including; or have a drive to historical Edinburgh which is easily accessible for a day trip and is well worth a visit for the castle, shops, architecture and much more. While staying at the Hotel you are welcome to dine in our Elidon Restaurant choosing from our set-priced Table d'Hôte menu, enjoy the evening’s entertainment or simply relax in our comfortable lounges and Bar.

Kings Arms Hotel - High Street, Melrose TD6 9PB

2.4 miles from Netherdale
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £80.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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This 17th century coaching inn provides guests with a warm welcome to this lovely area and comfortable surroundings in which to spend a delightful holiday. The six en-suite bedrooms have all been recently refurbished to a very high standard to ensure a comfortable and luxurious stay. We also have a family suite with 3 double beds and a large family bathroom with bath and shower. Our lounge and restaurant offer delicious bar meals, high teas or a la carte depending on your mood and use the finest local produce. Or just enjoy a quiet drink in the well stocked bar. Melrose is situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders. The town is skirted by the River Tweed and sheltered by the triple peaks of the Eildon Hills. The name Melrose is derived from a Cumbric (an early form of Welsh) word for Moelros and means "bare moor" or "bare promontory". Melrose is in a perfect location for the visitor and local alike to enjoy the beauty and peace of the Borders. Melrose has an extensive range of shops and excellent local services. It also has a rich history, with architectural attractions, museums and exhibitions including the oldest continuously inhabited village in Scotland. A visit to the Scottish Borders is to experience Scotland at its traditional best. The Borders is a land of beautiful landscapes where wild upland hills give way to green and pleasant valleys on a journey to the sea. They offer outstanding facilities for cycling, hill walking, driving and bird watching. A visit to the Scottish Borders is to experience Scotland at its traditional best.

Station Hotel and Restaurant - 26 Market Square Melrose TD6 9PT

2.6 miles from Netherdale
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Station Hotel has en suite rooms in a town-centre location. The restaurant offers home cooking at reasonable prices. Melrose Abbey is close by. The family-run hotel also has a small meeting room, and a public bar/lounge serving coffee and light snacks. Daily specials, homemade soups and a children’s menu are available in the restaurant. Special diets can be catered for.

Clovenfords Country Inn - 1 Vine Street, Clovenfords Galashiels TD1 3LU

3.7 miles from Netherdale
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £95.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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All our rooms are comfortable and we pride ourselves on offering excellent value for money, all our rooms are en suite and have Free-Sat Television offering lots of channels to choose from including Kids, Music & News. All our rooms have central heating, complementary bottled water as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Also free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. In the bar you will find a welcoming fireplace, and a great selection of liquid libations as well as a chance to meet some of the friendly characters you can only find a village pub. From the kitchen we offer good quality homemade food using only fresh produce locally sourced when possible, at a fantastic price. In the immediate area of Clovenfords activities such as fishing (on the River Tweed), mountain biking (Glentress), golfing & shooting are all readily available to hotel guests. The Clovenfords Hotel has all the character, warmth and friendly charm you would expect from an 18th century coaching inn. We look forward to extending to you a very warm welcome.
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