THE HOTEL FOR SALMON FISHING

Ednam House is located right on the River Tweed overlooking the Junction Pool, one of the most famous fishing spots in the UK. A popular hotel with fishermen since 1928 the hotel offers everything you could need during your stay including daily guides and equipment storage.

In close proximity guests can also enjoy trout and grayling fishing, making Ednam House the ideal base for your stay.

A FISHING EXPERIENCE

We work with Tweed Guide who come with a wealth of experience for new and advanced anglers. Book now for Trout and Grayling River Tweed fishing, and you’ll receive all equipment, waders, permits, advice on the best spots to fish, on day one a guide/instructor in the morning for tips and training, and then to fish on for rest of day independently, then on day two equipment to fish on your own.

£135 for One, £220 for Two, £330 for Three

(Salmon fishing is also available, please enquire for price)

THE SMOKERY – COMING SOON

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We are delighted to be re-opening the Smokery at Ednam House, smoking Scottish Salmon and cheese which will then be available in the property.

PROVIDED BY FISHPALRIVER TWEED FACTS

The Tweed is the second longest river in Scotland and takes great pride in the fact that it produces more fish caught to the fly than any other river in Britain.

The river is 98 miles long and gains life from a staggering 1500 sq miles (4000 sq km) of border catchment area.

Although regarded as a Scottish river, the first 75 miles are indeed Scottish but for the next 19 miles from Carham to Paxton, the south bank of the river is English.

For its final 4 miles journey to the sea from Paxton to Berwick-upon-Tweed the river flows entirely through England.