Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Somerset
One of few hotels in the area.Posted Aug 19, 2015
Pros: Location in central southern Scotland. Good choice of dinner. Pleasant, sunny, comfortable lounge.
Cons: Room decor in black & white did not appeal to me.
Location: Selkirk is not impressive. But within easy reach, Hawick, Jedburgh and Kelso were pleasant places to visit.
Used this as a base for visiting battlefields and castles. There seem to be few suitable hotels in the area. Car parking was a flight of steps from reception - which was not a problem on a sunny day in summer. Staff were all pleasant and helpful. Room was clean and comfortable if not modern and stylish (my idea of normal is Holiday Inn Express !) Enjoyed the lounge - reading and arguing. There seems to be no lift. Dinner was good as was breakfast. I think this is a young business: it would be interesting to see where it is in a couple of years time. Anyway I wish them well.
by A verified traveler from Glasgow
Nice hotel for the area.Posted Oct 12, 2014
Pros: comfortable room with modern decor. Reasonable rates.
Cons: Breakfast and dinner menus quite traditional (the day's special was gammon steak and pineapple!!) and a little expensive for what was offered.
Location: Outside of town - about a mile uphill to centre, not much there. Abbotsford House and its Visitor Centre restaurant near Melrose well worth a visit.
We were given a "Garden" Room. Room was very comfortable but had to strain to see the garden and had to walk outside to get to dining room. We were lucky it stayed dry.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Country hotelPosted Sep 8, 2014
Arrived with our dog which they had not been informed of but dealt with room change very quickly and efficiently. Very comfortable lodge which I would request in future. Dog welcomed into bar and whole stay was excellent.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Leisure break.Posted Aug 26, 2013
Pros: The room including facilities.
Cons: Entrance hall,bar area,quality&presentation of food(evening).All relative to price.
Location: 15-20mins walk to centre is using public transport.
No special experience regarding the hotel! Didn't have breakfast at the hotel!
by Clanmac from scotland
Very poor staffPosted Jul 29, 2013
Location: Near Selkirk - nice for walking but very little to do otherwise
Very badly trained staff. Poor quality food. Rooms were due to be in main hotel but we were put in an outbuilding rather like a garage.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Nice place, little costly for foodPosted Sep 13, 2012
The evening food and breakfast prices are quite expensive.
by Disappointed from Nr. Oban, Scotland
Friendly but expensivePosted Oct 2, 2011
The friendliness of staff could not be faulted, but they seem keen to get the most out of you. It is not the cheapest of hotels, but we were charged for full scottish cooked breakfast when we only had juice, fruit,coffee and toast. Additionally the restaurant menu was only priced with the cost of a typical 3 course dinner. There was no pricing of individual dishes or specials. We only discovered the cost when we checked out. We used the hotel as a base for local sightseeing, and from that point of view it was fine. Next time, I suspect we shall look elsewhere.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Russia, StPetersburg
Paradise in the vicinity of SelkirkPosted Aug 18, 2010
I arrived in Selkirk to participate in the annual bicycle marathon. I was pleasantly surprised when the hotel gave me actually a separate house with private lawn, own parking for my car and its own terrace overlooking the meadows where sheep grazed. Located on the suburb Selkirk, just across the river Tweed, so here peace and quiet. Staff at the hotel is qualified and benevolent. When the next year I come to Selkirk to participate in the marathon, make sure you stop at this hotel.