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All reviews bar lunch restaurant menu residents lounge booked a table traditional hotel border town staff were friendly and efficient superb food sunday lunch duck the sticky toffee pudding lovely town family run scottish borders open fire comfortable hotel stayed two nights
We stayed two nights on a B & B basis. The hotel is very well situated within the town of Melrose and has adjacent car parking. But if you want to use the Borders Railway to Edinburgh don't let anyone tell you that the nearest...More
Had lunch there today . Nothing to write home about frozen chips frozen peas frozen fish I will stand corrected if wrong battered fish almost burnt not much effort put into presentation either. To be in such nice surroundings very disappointing.
We have eaten here many times and it never disappoints and is consistently good - just popped in for a fish and chips lunch and a couple of glasses of vino but just couldn’t resist the sticky toffee pudding (yum yum) which does nothing for...More
My colleagues and I recently stayed at Burt's just before an important meeting we had in nearby Galashiels. I'm hoping we're not like the usual clientele - we ended up needing the meeting room until midnight and again from 7 the next morning. Likewise, our...More
Great situation in the main part of the town. Externally the hotel looks smart and this is echoed internally.
Good lunch time menu.
Nice people and reasonable prices. You can have a snack like a sandwich or be more adventurous with the Bistro menu