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Dryburgh Abbey Hotel - Melrose

St Boswells, Melrose, United Kingdom  show map
 4 stars
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Dryburgh Abbey Hotel - Melrose

Wi-Fi
Parking

On-site car park

Luggage storage
24-hour services

24-hour check-in

24-hour reception

24-hour room service

Food/ Drinks

Bar/ Lounge area

A la carte restaurant

Swimming pool

Indoor swimming pool

Spa and relaxation

Sauna

Laundry

Overview

Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is a 4-star venue placed about 21 km from Jedforest Deer & Farm Park. Dryburgh Abbey Hotel was opened in 1845 and offers classic rooms.

Dryburgh Abbey Hotel lies in the heart of Melrose. The city center is 1 km away from the hotel.

Dryburgh Abbey Hotel offers a wonderful view to its guests.

There is Turnhouse airport at a 65 km distance.

Rooms

Dryburgh Abbey Hotel has 38 guestrooms appointed with satellite TV, climate control, wireless internet, a safe and a writing table and provides ideal lodging in Melrose. Some rooms at Dryburgh Abbey Hotel have a view over the garden. Guests can make use of a bathtub, a shower and free toiletries.

Eat & Drink

The coffee shop The Main Street Trading Company Cafe is about 800 meters from the property.

Services

Such business facilities as computers, a business center and a conference room are available on site.

Relax

The youngest guests are offered cribs, a special menu and a pool.

Internet

Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.

Guest Parking

Public parking is possible on site for free.

Year renovated:   2006.  Number of floors:   4.  Number of rooms:   38.

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Facilities

General

  • No smoking on site
  • Wi-Fi
  • On-site car park
  • Free safe at reception
  • 24-hour check-in
  • 24-hour reception
  • Pets allowed
  • Rooms/ Facilities for disabled
  • Wheelchair access
  • Allergy-free rooms
  • Lift
  • Bicycle storage
  • Mobile phone network

Sports & Fitness

  • Mountain biking
  • Mini golf
  • Fishing

Services

  • 24-hour room service
  • Bicycle rental
  • Laundry
  • Shoe shine service
  • Newspaper service
  • Bell staff/Porter

Dining

  • Continental breakfast
  • A la carte restaurant
  • Bar/ Lounge area

Business

  • Business centre
  • Meeting/ Banquet facilities
  • Fax/Photocopying

Children

  • Cots
  • High chairs
  • Children's menu

Spa & Leisure

  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Garden area
  • Sauna

Room view

  • Garden view

Room features

  • Central heating
  • Living room
  • Sitting area
  • Dressing area
  • Tea and coffee facilities
  • Ironing facilities
  • Rollaway beds

Bathroom

  • Bathroom
  • Bathtub
  • Shower
  • Hair dryer

Self-catering

  • Electric kettle

Media

  • Television
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Radio
  • AM/FM alarm clock

Room decor

  • Carpeted floor

Policies

CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT

Check-in from 3 pm FREE
Check-out until 11 am FREE

Children and extra beds

All children
0 - 2 years
Cot FREE
All children
3 - 12 years
Extra bed GBP 25
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1. 
Maximum capacity of cots and extra beds depends on the room you book. Please check room details before you make a reservation.

Pets

Pets are allowed on request.

How to reach hotel

hotel Dryburgh Abbey Hotel - Melrose Melrose location
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Hotel Address:

St Boswells, Melrose, United Kingdom

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Airports
  • Turnhouse (EDI)
    37.7 mi
  • Carlisle (CAX)
    44.7 mi
Hotel information
  • Check-in:
    from  3 pm
  • Check-out:
    until  11 am
  • Year renovated:
    2006
  • Number of floors:
    4
  • Number of rooms:
    38

Hotel Awards

UKHOTEL AWARDSHighly RecommendedMelroseDryburgh Abbey Hotel

According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
Best 4 Star Hotels in United Kingdom

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Rooms and availability

Standard Double Room
  • Max occupancy:

    2 persons

  • Bed type:

    2 Single beds or 1 Double bed

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Room Description:

Many of the Abbey Rooms have wonderful views of the hotel’s gardens. There are some Abbey bedrooms available on the ground floor.

Deluxe Double Room
  • Max occupancy:

    2 persons

  • Bed type:

    1 Double bed

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Room Description:

Deluxe|Double Room Tweed Deluxe

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Local attractions

  • Scott\'s View1.5 mi
    St. Boswells TD6 0APScotland
  • Old Gala House6.6 mi
    Old Gala House Scott Crescent
  • Crafty Workshops7.7 mi
    87 Bongate 87 Bongate / Ground Level
  • Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre5.5 mi
    Ancrum
  • Bank Street Gardens6.7 mi
    19 Bank Street

Near the hotel

  • William Wallace Statue3000 ft
    Bemersyde House Dryburgh
    Hotel information
    • Check-in:
      from  3 pm
    • Check-out:
      until  11 am
    • Year renovated:
      2006
    • Number of floors:
      4
    • Number of rooms:
      38

    Hotel Awards

    UKHOTEL AWARDSHighly RecommendedMelroseDryburgh Abbey Hotel

    According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
    Best 4 Star Hotels in United Kingdom

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    Dryburgh Abbey Hotel Reviews

    Guest reviews are submitted by our customers after their stay at Dryburgh Abbey Hotel

    8.2
    FabulousBased on295 reviews

    Rating by category:

    Location
    9.9
    Rooms
    8.3
    Service
    8.2

    Guest reviews

    • Single
      5.8

      Location is stunning

      Pretty old fashioned hotel, "elderly" audience and dito ambience!

    • Older travelers
      7.0

      The setting of the hotel was very rural and peaceful. Good access, by car, to the Border Region from Edingburgh to Berwick upon Tweed.

      Because of the position of the hotel it was a little inconvenient to go anywhere else for dinner consequently a broader choice of menu in the Abbey Bar would probably be appreciated by clients staying longer than one or two nights.

    • Single
      7.8

      The Hotel is not easy to find but worth the roundabout drive as the location is beautiful - very quiet with a lovely outlook on the ruins of Dryburgh Abbey and over the River Tweed. I arrived late in the afternoon and was given a warm welcome by the staff and the hotel dog and enjoyed a delicious dinner in the bar, as an alternative to the fine dining experience of the dining room. The food was excellent as was my glass of wine.

      When I reached the dining room for breakfast, only one table was occupied. As it was a beautiful morning I asked to sit in the bay window so I could enjoy the view. I was given very short shrift and was told those tables were laid up for couples, so not available to me. I was then shown to the worst table in the room, laid for one person. As a single woman, I was appalled by this treatment and informed Reception when I left that my experience had completely tarnished what until then had been a most enjoyable stay. I have travelled all over the world without encountering this archaic attitude and found it disappointing to say the least. The tables I wanted to sit at were both still empty when I left.

    • Older travelers
      10.0

      The peaceful setting on the banks of the River Tweed with wonderfully scenic walks from the doorstep - especially useful for our active dog - made this holiday very relaxing. The staff are always welcoming and the food is of high quality. As our stay was for 9 nights, we greatly appreciated the room upgrade from standard to Abbey.

      Just a small criticism: because our stay was for 9 nights, we had a lot of luggage (along with dog bed etc.), but were not offered any assistance with our baggage or shown our rooms. As we are aged 73 and 80, this would have been appreciated.

    • Older travelers
      4.4

      Unfortunately not much!

      Service standards very low and cleanliness not very good

    • Group of friends
      9.6

      Fantastic location and lovely room, the meal in the evening was excellent and not to pricey.

      The wine with the meal was over priced the cheapest at £22.00 a bottle.

    • Older travelers
      5.8

      Position was good. Bed was comfortable.Lovely crisp white bedding. Easy access to Abbey. Extra pillows, tea bags and milk provided quickly and efficiently.

      Very expensive. The hotel (apart from the dining room) was in need of repair and looked very worn and tired. Carpets in bedroom very flat and looked bare in places and stained. The housekeeping staff had obviously done their best but it must be hard to keep up standards. The window frames were bare wood in places. The tv was very dated (old tube type). The shower worked but was very cheap plastic and did not match the rest of the chrome fittings. Curtains very thin and did not block out the light. Why is there another curtain rail is this for a missing blackout curtain? Breakfast was very basic. Not very hot (plate was though?) and single slice of bacon was not cooked in the middle.

    • Couple
      9.2

      fantastic location, beautiful grounds, probably one of the best welcomes we have received on arrival at a hotel

      rooms was lovely and bright but looked a bit tired. some of the furniture looked in need of replacing

    • Single
      8.0

      Friendly reception and welcome.A Reasonable rom but the hotel seemed due for a spot of redecoration

    • Single
      6.6

      Loved the location. Beautiful place and went for a long walk along the river. Liked the swimming pool. Staff on the whole were really friendly.

      It was a little tired inside - all felt a bit dated. The food in the Tweed Restaurant was expensive, fussy and not particularly wonderful.

    • Couple
      9.2

      The suprise of a pool and sauna

      Thought the Abbey room would have been larger

    • Older travelers
      6.6

      Friendly, efficient staff

      Tired - in need of a make-over in public areas and rooms. Small room. Expensive food for quality of hotel & dining rrom (this room not as billed - small tables and not expansive views)

    • Single
      9.6

      The location is stunning. There are many walks nearby, and some fascinating local history. The rooms were well equipped and spacious, and the welcome friendly and efficient. Difficult to say what I liked best - the whole experience was most enjoyable.

      My only quibble is that the mark-up on wine in the bistro was excessive

    • Couple
      4.6

      The view from the restaurant over looking the river and the breakfast was fantastic - non greasy and tastey fry-up.

      Room was rather small for the price, shower flow was rubbish- shower head just needed descaling and hotel generally needed a bit of tlc.

    • Single
      7.8

      Nice quiet hotel ,friendly staff.fantastic breakfast.

      Rooms a little old fashioned,could do with a gym

    How to reach hotel

    hotel Dryburgh Abbey Hotel - Melrose Melrose location
    Show big map »

    Hotel Address:

    St Boswells, Melrose, United Kingdom

    Get directions
    Airports
    • Turnhouse (EDI)
      37.7 mi
    • Carlisle (CAX)
      44.7 mi
    Hotel information
    • Check-in:
      from  3 pm
    • Check-out:
      until  11 am
    • Year renovated:
      2006
    • Number of floors:
      4
    • Number of rooms:
      38

    Hotel Awards

    UKHOTEL AWARDSHighly RecommendedMelroseDryburgh Abbey Hotel

    According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
    Best 4 Star Hotels in United Kingdom

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