I stayed at the Dryburgh Abbey as part of a wedding I attended with the family. I found the hotel of need of a little TLC. Rooms were clean and had a large room as family room with an extra bed put in for our little boy but for the price we paid I don't really think it was worth the price. I have stayed in better hotels at less the price. Just because it had a pool I would suggest that's why the prices were so high.
Breakfast was a little basic as you helped yourself to the continental part of your breakfast, cereal, juice but could have done a little better. Even the cooked choice was great.
The wedding meal - very little vegetables on the plate in fact if I blinked I might have missed them!!
Overall staff very friendly and helpful but hotel is in need of refurbishment would not rush back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Dryburgh Abbey Hotel sits on the banks of the River Tweed in the breathtaking Borders countryside. Next to the historic ruins of Dryburgh Abbey, Sir Walter Scott's last resting place, it offers a fabulous location for fishing, cycling, walking, or simply enjoying a relaxing leisure break. Quality local produce is served in the tranquil setting of the Tweed resataurant by friendly and attentive staff. The proximity of the hotel to the Abbey also makes it an ideal venue for that special wedding day. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dryburgh Abbey Melrose
- Hotel Dryburgh Abbey
- Dryburgh Abbey Hotel St. Boswells, Scotland