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Crosshall Farmhouse B&B

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Greenlaw | Duns, Greenlaw TD10 6UL, Scotland
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Crosshall Farmhouse B&B
Ranked #2 of 2 Greenlaw B&B and Inns
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
17 reviews 17 reviews
5 hotel reviews
8 helpful votes 8 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I have been regular visitors to Crosshall over a number of years. Judy and Jim are wonderful hosts and are happy to share their lovely home with their visitors. Everything is what anyone could wish for from the lovely surroundings, their welcome, tastfully decorated rooms to the hearty breakfasts. We regularly stay in Farmhouse Bed and Breakfasts... More

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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were visiting the borders for a family christening and stayed at Crosshall farm B&B. from the moment we arrived until we left we were made to feel right at home. The house itself is decorated to a high standard with exceptional attention to detail. I would recommend Crosshall and look forward to coming back in the future.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 23, 2014

I have now stayed at Crosshall Farm three times and I can thoroughly recommend. Both Judy and Jim offer a warm friendly welcome. The three guest bedrooms are beautifully furnished and spotlessly clean with everything you would need. There is a elegant residence lounge which is available at all times and Judy is on hand to offer a pot of... More

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Bradford, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 14, 2014

My son and I stayed at Crosshall for 3 nights during a short break to visit family nearby and take in the Melrose 7s rugby. The accommodation is luxurious and feels very "homely". The welcome is extremely warm and friendly but in no way intrusive. The location is peaceful, attractive and very handy for visiting nearby Borders towns such as... More

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Darlington, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 8, 2014

spent two nights here, a lovely experience as our trip was for a sad occasion. perfect host & hostess wonderful accommodation & food. Judy & Jim made us feel very welcome in their home & made every effort to make our stay a pleasant one. Just beware of satnav directions, a phone call is a good idea.

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Patrington, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 20, 2013

I stayed at Crosshall for 2 nights in October 2013. Judy was a wonderful host and really made me welcome. It is well situated for exploring the borders - 10 minutes away from Kelso, about 30 minutes away from Berwick Upon Tweed and 40 or so miles from Edinburgh. Highly recommended - great breakfasts !

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 23, 2013 via mobile

We enjoyed our stay from beginning to end at Crosshall, and hope to return for future fishing trips. As a 'fishing widow' Judy gave me information on local places of interest. An outstanding B&B with perfect hosts, nothing is too much trouble. Thank you.

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Reading, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 18, 2013

We stayed at Crosshall Farm for 2 nights while visiting family in the area. It is a wonderful welcoming home, and we would thoroughly recommend it. It is in the heart of the Borders, a very quiet location but just 6 miles from Kelso, a lovely characterful town with an Abbey, cobbled streets, Floors Castle, not to mention a racecourse!... More

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Peterborough, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 10, 2013

We stopped at Crosshall Farm to break our journey back from Scotland and we couldn't have found a better place to stay. We hadn't booked but within a few minutes of arriving Judy presented us with a tray of tea, coffee and biscuits which was very welcome. The whole ambience of the house is lovely. The bedrooms were very comfortable... More

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Forres, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 7, 2013

We have just finished a cycle tour from Newcastle to Edinburgh and en route we stopped at this super friendly B&B. Judy and her husband Jim made us really welcome, drove us to the nearest pub for a meal ,and gave us the best breakfast you could imagine. Try the smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. The room was spacious and... More

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Address: Greenlaw | Duns, Greenlaw TD10 6UL, Scotland
Location: United Kingdom > Scotland > Scottish Borders > Greenlaw
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Crosshall Farmhouse is a beautifully decorated traditional farmhouse boasting a warm, friendly and homely atmosphere. Set amongst picturesque countryside and overlooking the Cheviot hills, Crosshall is an ideal base for exploring the local area where there is plenty to see and do. Set in such a rural area means you have to drive everywhere, on special occasions we will act as a taxi to a local restaurant if we are available. With many an old market town including Kelso, Melrose, Duns, Coldstream and Berwick-upon-Tweed, there is everything from golfing to fishing, walking to mountain biking, castles to stately homes meaning there is something for everyone.The town of Kelso, only a 5 minute drive from Crosshall, situated on the banks of the River Tweed is one of the most beautiful towns in the Scottish Borders. Known for its world famous Salmon fishing and its busy race course, Kelso also boasts local attractions such as Floors Castle, still inhabited by the Duke of Roxburghe, the ruined Abbey dating back to 1128 and the largest market square in Scotland. Summer months sees Kelso hosting events such as the Border Union Agricultural Show, The championship dog show, Scottish Number one Scooter Rally, The Kelso Ram sales and BMF motorcycle festival which brings in an abundance of visitors to the area. Further a field Holy island is only a 45 minute drive towards the coast and is well worth a visit. The City of Edinburgh is only an hour up the road and easy to get to. I would recommend using the park and ride from the outskirts of town and is easy to find just ask me for a map! History right on our door stepCrosshall gets its name from the monument just along the road. The sandstone cross was erected after the second crusade in 1114 where local tradition says that the Governor of Hume Castle (which can be seen on the horizon from Crosshall) was killed on the spot in a skirmish. The place where it stands, until lately called Headrigs is reported by tradition to have been named after a battle which was fought there, in which the slaughter was so great that the small stream of Liprick, along the road, ran with blood for 24 hours. ... more   less 
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