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Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course (The)


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The Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Course offers a unique duality of warmth and relaxation with grandeur and beauty. The atmosphere is one of being amongst friends in a family home; yet the surroundings are elegant and classic. Far removed from modern soulless hotels, our guests are invited to enjoy tranquillity and sophistication in one of Scotlandís finest settings.

Owned by The Duke of Roxburghe, the hotel nestles privately amongst woodlands on the banks of the River Teviot. Many of the 22 bedrooms have all been individually designed by the Duchess herself, some of which have four poster beds and log fires.

The Scottish Borders is renowned for the quality of its fish, meat and game and this local produce is used to good effect by the award winning Chef, Neville Merrin. The hotel has a fine choice of wines from the Duke's own cellar, to complement the high standard of food.

Leisure activities include golf on our Championship course, fly fishing, as well as clay shooting within the hotel estate, further afield we are able to offer shooting on the Lammermuir Grouse moors. We are also pleased to offer mountain bikes, and croquet on the lawn to our guests. For those who which to simply relax during their stay we have a Health and Beauty Suite within the Hotel grounds..

Additional Facilities:
*Health & Beauty Suite
*Golf Course
*Wedding venue, Non residents welcome

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Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 22
Number Ensuite: 22

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full Scottish Breakfast & VAT
Double: From £70
Twin: From £70
Single: £125
Suite: £140
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Name: The Restaurant
Cuisine: A la Carte/Table d'Hote
Chef: Neville Merrin
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
Best Lunch in the Scottish Borders 2003

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