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Peaceful bed and breakfast
Our guest house at the edge of the Scottish Borders town of Galashiels, provides peaceful accommodation for a good night's sleep in a comfy bed, with a quality breakfast to wake up to. Read more about our home here. There is information about your room here. Or you could book your accommodation here. Please see the appropriate page or contact us to enquire.
The Scottish Borders is one of Scotland's best kept secrets and there is currently a bid to make it Scotland's next National Park, so it is well worth a visit. There are lots of places to see, and we have listed many of them here. Your B&B accommodation is a stone's throw from Galashiels town centre with its transport links, Melrose, and the River Tweed. Being so close to Melrose makes us an ideal place to stay for the Borders Book Festival, whether you have tickets or just want to meet celebrity authors. The scenery, whichever way you choose to travel to us, is beautiful, with rolling hills disguising hidden valleys. The best way to enjoy the scenery is by train, which you can take from Edinburgh into Galashiels or Tweedbank. For a day trip, the train takes you right into the city centre, making it ideal for leaving the car behind to enjoy some of Edinburgh's highlights.
As an additional benefit to your stay, we provide the opportunity for meditation and spiritual development, details of which you can find here. We also run workshops and mentor people in the Law of Attraction, and provide various one-to-one consultations for spiritual and personal development. We will soon be adding a Ceremonies page for information about our bespoke marriage ceremonies, naming ceremonies, etc.
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Tel: +44 (0)1896 668667
Galashiels, Scottish Borders, Scotland, UK
We're close to Abbotsford if you have an event there, and we're possibly the closest guest house to Glendearg Farm yurt, if you're visiting for a party or wedding and don't fancy spending the night in a tent. Also, we didn't realise how much cycling there is to offer in the area until cycling guests told us. We've been amazed at the' sorties they have been taking into the Border Hills on their bikes and trikes.