Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts in Tweedbank

Hotels In Tweedbank


Though there arent any hotels in Tweedbank itself there are plently of hotels and other accommodation very nearby in and around Tweedbank, most especially in the closeby towns of Melrose and Galashiels. Here on ScottishBordersHotels.com we list accommodation, real customer reviews and the best rates as provided by our partner booking engines, which include booking.com, hotels.com and laterooms.com, making our site the place to find accommodation throughout the Scottish Borders. 

Hotel Name Miles from
Destination
Star Rating
Whitehouse Country House 2 miles
Dryburgh Abbey Hotel 5 miles
Huntlywood Granary Bed & Breakfast 5 miles
The Firs B&B 5 miles
County Hotel 5 miles
Tweedknowe 2 miles
The Airyfairy B&B 5 miles
George & Abbotsford Hotel 2 miles
The Townhouse Hotel 2 miles
Burts Hotel 2 miles
Clovenfords Hotel 5 miles
Station Hotel Melrose 2 miles
Osmond Guest House 2 miles
Ettrickvale B&B 2 miles
Monorene Guest House 2 miles
Kingsknowes Hotel 1 mile
Bay Waverley Castle Hotel 2 miles
Easter Cottage Lilliesleaf 3 miles
Craigielea Guest House 3 miles

Explore Tweedbank

Tweedbank, Scotland, got its name from being on the bank of the River Tweed and is a large village in the Scottish Borders that is a destination for travelers including those who want to be close to the popular mountain bike trails of Innerleithen and Glentress. It is close to Leeds and Newcastle Upon Tyne.

The Tweedbank Family Nature Trail around the man-made pond, Gun Knowe Loch, was designed by local primary school children. There are wide paths, bench seats, and a play area for the children. 

A variety of facilities are available at the Tweedbank Sports Centre. An athletics track is not only for the professional runner but also for someone who simply wants to run. Free weight equipment, a hammer cage, a long jump and a gym are also included, and personal training is available.

Be sure to see how the Borders Railway is progressing. This exciting project will be a new 30 miles of railway that is expected to be completed in 2015 and will create approximately 400 jobs during construction. There will be seven new stations added to the three existing ones. This will be the longest domestic railway constructed in over 100 years in the United Kingdom. This rail link will run every half hour from Tweedbank to the capital of Edinburgh and is expected to take less than an hour to make the trip.