Accommodation in Selkirk

The historic town of Selkirk is a Royal Burgh situated in the Scottish Borders. The town overlooks the River Ettrick and offers good access to fishing, golf, cycling and walking. There are also plenty of amenities, as well as historic houses and museums to explore.

Selkirk Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering

 



Mrs Lilly Bernard
West Deloraine Caravans
Ettrick, Selkirkshire TD7 5HR

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Telephone:
0175062207 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Web: http://westdeloraine.co.uk

Two caravans sleeping 4 -6 on a working farm. Twelve miles from nearest town, but within easy reach of Golf and Horse Riding. Ideal for Fishing and Walking.



Hartleap Bed and Breakfast

Ms Lindsay Lewis, Hartleap, Yarrow Valley, Near Selkirk, TD7 5NQ

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Telephone:
01750 82363 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Web: http://hartleap.co.uk

Charming 150 year old cottage nestling in the Border hills offering tranquillity and luxury in stunning surroundings. Just one double, en suite bedroom for guests and a private sitting room assures exclusive attention from your hosts. A lavish breakfast is freshly prepared and evening meals featuring organic produce from the garden are available on prior request. Completely unspoilt countryside and an extensive garden add to the experience of a rural retreat.



Broomhill House

Hilary & Howard Johnson, Broomhill, Selkirk, TD74PS
Telephone: 0175022541 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.

Web: http://www.broomhill-house.co.uk

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Broomhill House is a pretty Georgian Farmhouse on a hill just outside Selkirk. We offer 2 Kingsize Double rooms with their own private luxury bathrooms. Downstairs there are 2 sitting rooms with TV, DVD, Books and board games. Free WIFI throughout the building. Broomhill is ideally suited for those wishing to visit borders historic sites, including the Borders Abbeys and Abbotsford and a good base for Fishers, Walkers and Horse riding.



Mrs Jean Foster
The Croft B & B
Selkirk Hill, Selkirk, Scottish Borders, TD7 4PX

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Telephone:
44175022145 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Web: http://www.borderscroft.co.uk

The Croft is a dog friendly and environmentally friendly bed and breakfast, situated just off the A7 in a secluded area of Selkirk. It is only 10 -15 minutes walk from the town centre. It adjoins Selkirk Common and you can use our private entrance to the common to take your dog for a walk, visit the Pot Loch to see the ducks and swans or just enjoy the views of the nearby hills. It is set in 1.5 acres of land, which is mostly natural pasture and woodland with a natural stream and waterfall.

The breakfast/sitting room has a log fire, TV and patio doors leading to an outdoor seating area with the waterfall, pond and garden furniture. There are two bedrooms, each of which is available as a single, double, twin or family room.



Mrs Christine Gray
Sunnycroft Farmhouse B & B
Sunnycroft Farmhouse, Lindean, Selkirk, Scottish Borders, TD7 4QW

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Telephone:
01750 22386 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Web: http://www.sunnycroftfarmhouse.com

Our farmhouse is well situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders, with Edinburgh and Carlisle both an hour's drive away, Newcastle an hour and a half and Glasgow easily reached in two hours.

Guest accommodation at Sunnycroft is perfect for a family of 4/5 or two couples. The cosy lounge/breakfasting room is an ideal space for enjoying one anothers' company in private, and with a toaster, microwave and fridge brought-in meals can be enjoyed. A hearty 'Farmer's breakfast' will set you up for the day ahead.

Discover for yourself the spectacular scenery, and experience the wonderful diversity of things to do and places to see. Take in the dramatic history and vibrant culture of this land of Sir Walter Scott, of ruined abbeys and castles, witness the Borderlands Common Ridings. Uncover a wonderful arts and crafts scene, enjoy delicious local produce and explore miles of rolling hills, winding river valleys and the beautiful Berwickshire coast, and so much more.