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Located in central picturesque Selkirk, the "The County" is a friendly former coaching inn on the market square. Each room has an private bathroom with a walk-in shower. I was travelling with a group of friends on a walking holiday. The food and service and room were exceptional; everything cooked to order. Good selection from the bar, although no draught beers on offer. The local Twisted Thistle IPA is not to be missed!
Best Western Plus Scottish Borders Selkirk Philipburn House is a luxury 4-star hotel on the outskirts of the beautiful Scottish Border town of Selkirk. There were many fantastic choices on the breakfast and dinner menus. Something for everyone. The porridge, served with honey and fresh fruit on the side... to die for !!
Quietly located within the Scottish Borders. Free high-speed WiFi is available in all areas and there is free onsite parking. This Victorian property also features many original features. Spacious and quiet rooms, with good wifi and lighting. Parking for our car. Excellent breakfast.
Heatherlie House Hotel is an elegant Victorian mansion set in 2 acres of wooded grounds. Located in the scenic border region of Scotland, the hotel has ample parking. Family run hotel and the nicest family you could wish to meet. Rooms were comfy and we both liked the decor. Great food too. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and no hesitation in recommending Heatherlie House Hotel.
Located in Selkirk, 14 miles from Melrose Abbey, The Barn @ Dormouse Cottage has a garden with a grill, and free WiFi. Quiet & Peaceful, lots of outside space for dog. Friendly, informative, helpful host. Welcome pack. Accomodation has everything you need. A very comfortable stay.
We had a few hours to use before checking in to the Hotel so we went to Walter Scotts Court Room with a very entertaining guide - Julian? Also went to the museum with equally informative guide - sorry not sure of her name. Both are FREE as is the parking! Highly recoomend Peony Rose for food.
An interesting looking town that I would like to get to know better. Excellent meals out at the Fleece Inn and Kitchen and at Number One Bistro. The Riding of the Marches was on which showed the community spirit.
Selkirk was a lovely little town surrounded by lovely hills and scenery. Town had plenty lovely cafes and restaurants and shops to visit as well as attractions to visit. The Haining was a beautiful hidden gem of the town. People was super friendly too.
Selkirk is a small border town with small individual shops and cafes. We stayed 3 nights at Philipburn Hotel on the edge of Selkirk and really used it as a base to tour around other places in the borders, Floors Castle, Kelso, Melrose, Scotts View.
There's not a lot actually in Selkirk - it is suffering as are so many places with the impact of C-19, but it's a good base for Holy Island and the Roslyn Chapel. We booked the County Hotel as it's in the centre and as we were travelling by motorcycle wanted to be at somewhere that provided food or was available in walking distance.
Selkirk is perhaps a little over-shadowed by the Peebles, Jedburgh and Kelso within the Scottish Borders and while undoubtedly smaller should not be overlooked. There are a number of museums and Haining Park and Loch, just a few minutes' walk from the town centre, is great for woodland walks and a circuit of pretty Haining Loch. There are a few restaurants, including pub-dining, Chinese and Thai, in the town centre together with a range of take-aways. Selkirk makes a good base for a visit to the Scottish Borders and is a well-located stopping off point for a few days if travelling further north within Scotland and headling south into England.
It was a real pleasure to have stayed here for a couple of nights. To say that we were made very welcome is an understatement. We so enjoyed our stay at this really lovely hotel where our hosts could not do enough to make our stay memorable. Food was delicious, good selection of refreshments in the bar and the room cosy and very comfortable. Would highly recommend and will definitely be back soon. Thank you for your hospitality, we had a lovely time.
I never usually complete surveys. This time I will as my stay was so good. The cottage was clean fresh and tidy, the rooms were roomy and light and far better than any equivalent priced hotel could ever offer, the owners provided a welcome hamper. It was a perfect place to stay in a beautiful part of Southern Scotland I will return
Stayed in Small King Room with my two dogs. Room very tidy and clean, good, powerful shower. Breakfast delicious and staff extremely nice and helpful. If you are looking for a big, glitzy lobby, then this is not. It is a quaint, old building on the High Street in Selkirk. We had a lovely stay, thank you.
Family like atmosphere with very friendly and helpful hosts. Very rural and pretty setting. Able to use the location as a base to do 2 day trips out. You are able to get an evening meal there. Charm and character in the rooms. Chance to mix with other travelers in the hotel in the evening if you wish.
Excellent choice! We had a contracted work to do in Selkirk and were needing the accommodation for 3ppl. We could not get better place. Highly recommended.
Friendly staff. Comfortable and clean hotel. Super sized family room. Excellent food. Hotel is a hidden gem,ideal for touring the Borders.
Excellent location beautiful hotel. Staff really friendly and very helpful. Breakfast was lush.