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The Gordon Arms Hotel
Yarrow Valley

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200 year old Inn - frequented by local poets, writers, musicians and artists.We are a hotel of historical interest situated in the rolling border hills near St. Mary's Loch.... yards from the river Yarrow. Changed little since it was the meeting place of James Hogg and Sir Walter Scott. The world famous Tweed flows on the edge of the town of Innerleithan on its way South East to the North Sea and is a popular attraction during the trout season (April-October) and salmon season (October-November) - tickets for trout fishing are available at the Gordon Hotel. The Gordon has provided inspiration for writers, artists and musicians - past and present. Those known to visit have been Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, James Hogg, and WordsworthWith a roaring fire and a warm welcome,combined with a selection of great wines and beer and local cuisine makes it a real Border experience. Our Bunkhouse is used by world class mountain biking competitors There are mountain biking facilities in the area and bikes can be hired at Innerleithan - approx 7miles from the hotel. A mountain bike ride, reputed to be the best downhill course in Britain. Trout and Salmon Fishing, Hunting, Golf and Stately Homes such as Traquair and Floors Castle provide a break from the peace and tranquility.

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