Ednam House, in Kelso, enjoys an enviable position on the banks of the River Tweed, with views over Old Roxburgh. This mellow stone Georgian house, offers a warm welcome to photographers and all travellers exploring the rich culture of the Scottish Borders, and the beauty of Kelso, its C12th Kelso Abbey ruins and Floors Castle.
Also popular with field sports enthusiasts, the hotel has access to one of Scotland’s finest salmon beats on The Tweed. This charming hotel, with its rich period detailing, log fires and cosy interiors is a stylish and comfortable place to stay right in the heart of town.
Generous bedrooms and suites, individually decorated in a traditional style offer modern comforts such as Egyptian cotton sheets, luxurious ‘Algotherm’ toiletries and white fluffy bathrobes and slippers. Many rooms have river views and interesting features, such as window seats, deep roll-top baths or feature fireplaces.
The one AA Riverside Restaurant entices diners with the area’s most delicious produce including Scottish beef, venison, fish and seafood, complemented by fine wines and views.
The hotel is dog-friendly too, for those travelling with a canine companion.