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ROOMS AND SERVICESBuilt in 1761 as a private house, Ednam House was purchased and turned into a hotel by Ralph Brooks in 1928; the hotel opened its doors to guests on the 10th of July of that year.
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GOOD FOODWelcome to our lovely riverside restaurant where Chef/Proprietor Ralph Brooks and his team offer you a daily changing menu of traditional and modern cuisine. Ralph and his team strive to create simple, unfussy food that is full of flavour and showcases the best local and seasonal produce.
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ACTIVITIESKelso market town by the river tweed In the heart of the Scottish Borders by the River Tweed, Kelso is a small market town with a big personality. With its attractive market square and cobbled streets,Kelso is a favourite destination in the Borders.
WHY PEOPLE CHOOSE US
Great customer service, read our feedback to find out just how friendly our staff are.
Being in the heart of the Scottish Borders, means most places in the borders are within easy reach.
With varied menu's and locally sourced produce, even our own deli shop on location.
Walking, Cycling, Fishing, Shooting and many many more outdoor activities await our guests.
With the wild nature of the Scottish Borders, Eagles, Stags and herds of wild deer can often be seen.
With everything you need our rooms provide more than a place to lay your head.
The borders is full of little oasis's of calm where you can sit, walk or just relax for hours with seeing anyone else.
There are literally dozens of castles, large houses and gardens that can be visited easily from Ednam House.
WELCOME TO EDNAM HOUSE HOTELThis charming hotel located in Kelso, Scottish Borders, Ednam House enjoys a unique location on the bank of the river Tweed.The hotel benefits from 3 acres of Gardens, accommodation includes 32 bedrooms, Bar, Restaurant, and a large elegant Ballroom, not to mention the friendly welcome & unique atmosphere Ednam House is the ideal base toexplore the Scottish Borders and participate in many activities such as golfing, fishing, shooting, horse racing, hill walking and visiting castles, historic houses and gardens nearby
“Great ambiance, excellent restaurant, wonderful location for salmon fishing, great location to explore the ruined Scottish Abbeys.”
Mr E, Concord USA
“The staff were first class. Very friendly and helpful. The style of the hotel, it is "Shabby Chic" but in a really nice way. The 3 public areas are very old fashioned and period, which my wife and I both loved. Peaceful yet very close to the shops in Kelso. The food was first class and very tasty. Would I stay again, you bet!”
Mr Peter, Dunbarton
“staff were excellent very friendly and helpful - felt very welcome . loved the old furniture and paintings and the general atmosphere of the hotel . will definately go back !!!!!”
Mrs A., Leeds
“Very friendly knowledgeable reception staff, wonderful 'country house' ambiance, large comfortable room with lovely view, comfy bed and excellent bathroom. ”
Dr C., Peterborough
“I liked the whole experience. Very friendly helpful staff. A lovely location.”
Mrs Brady, Durham
“Excellent location ,beautiful public room areas, very friendly and welcoming staff, good food and lovely view from the dining room”
Mr & Mrs A.