Inns in Coldingham

The Craw Inn
Auchencrow
Reston

Coldingham
Borders

TD14 5LS
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The Craw Inn is a splendid tranquil retreat and an ideal base for hill walkers, golf, and all country pursuits. There is diving at St. Abbs, fishing in the River Whiteadder and horse riding can be arranged nearby. The Craw Inn is a great location for outdoor pursuits; 5 miles from the beach for surfing and diving, several golf courses are nearby and it is ideal for exploring the Scottish Borders for country walks and fishing.Visitors can drive to Edinburgh in under an hour. Built in the early 18th century, the Craw Inn is an attractive listed building with a beer garden to the rear. The Inn has been completely refurbished but the old charm still survives and the atmosphere is welcoming and informal. The Inn has three guest bedrooms, all with private modern facilities. The new annex has 2 double bedrooms and a lounge. Ideal for 2 couples or a family. The Inn has a good reputation for its food with the emphasis on traditional Scottish fare. The style of cooking is driven by the supply of fine local ingredients and making the most of them. The extensive menu includes fresh local fish and shellfish landed at Eyemouth and St. Abbs, game in season and the red meat is bred locally. Guests can enjoy full-flavoured well hang steaks and Lammermuir Spring Lamb. Fine wines and cask conditioned real ales to complement the food. Visitors can enjoy bar meals which include home-made pies, home cured hams and freshly baked bread with the seasonal soups. The bar menu has a variety of lighter dishes such as Greek Salad, fresh crab sandwiches and smoked cheese baguettes.

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