Kelso Hotels

The quaint little market town of Kelso is found at the confluence of the Tweed and Teviot rivers and is one of Scotland's most picturesque border towns, hosting picture perfect cobbled streets leading into a wide market square. The town is recognised as one of the most beautiful border towns and hence many people travel here to enjoy its many vistas and panoramas and the Kelso Hotels provide the perfect solution for its many guests as they are structure to meet the demands of the business executive, the family group, the honeymoon couple, the VIP and tourist.

Photo opportunities abound and typical around the central market place is bounded by elegant three storey 18th and 19th century town houses, it offers the perfect place to stay as it is close for exploring the Borders, Berwickshire Coast and North Northumberland. Sir Walter Scott described this town as the most beautiful if not the most romantic town in Scotland.

The Year is populated with two main festival one being the Border Union Agricultural Show and the town's Riding of the Marches, both of which take place in July, Kelso proudly hosts its own Rugby Sevens in early September. The town is home to a population of some 6000 people and is big enough to offer visitors interesting little shops, pavement cafes, bistros, bakeries and speciality shops, antique shops, art galleries and traditional bars. It is protected in the north by the Lammermuir Hills and the Cheviots to the south and lies in one of the most fertile valleys in the country and is within ten miles of the English Border. Historically the town experienced extremely hard times during the Border Wars of the 13th to the 16th century.

The Kelso Hotels are described through many architectural descriptions and in many varying landscapes and range from family accommodations in historic former coaching Inns now converted and regenerated to provide welcoming accommodations. Entrances are described through low doorways and low beamed ceilings, the walls are often bowed, open fireplaces host crackling wood and warm hearths.

Former parsonages, old school houses, vicarages, jail houses may now be home to spectacular accommodations and boutique Hotels that maintain their historic exterior but like to introduce modern comforts and design to the interiors including splashes of bright colour and custom design furniture. The Kelso Hotels may be described through fabulous and extravagant country retreats that may be approached via private helicopter allowing privacy.

The country retreats are swathed in hundreds of acres of park like grounds and surrounded by challenging golf courses, the grounds allowing for walking, hiking, horse riding, hunting and fishing. The Grand Country Residences are approached through tree lined avenues up to imposing Mansions that offer impressive entrance halls whose walls are decorated with oil portraits of former residents, large vases are filled with fresh flowers and floors are covered in Persian rugs. Check in is processed seamlessly and baggage is dispatched to awaiting accommodations.

The Kelso Hotels offer a range of accommodations to suit all tastes and budgets the boutique hotels offer individually designed en suite room that complement the overall ethos of the Hotel. The Grand Country Hotels offer en suites and presidential suites suitable for VIP's offering seating and dining areas and dedicated study areas with high speed internet access and complementary stationary. The suites flow onto private balconies providing views of the countryside, master bedrooms present king size beds and are beautifully dressed. Glamorous en suite bathrooms display designer fittings, bathrobes, toiletries and slippers and connecting rooms offer comfort for families.

The Kelso Hotels offer wonderful dining adventures through glorious dining room and international menus complemented with vintage wines, traditional and chic Bars welcome the evening and offer a chance at making new friends and lifetime memories.
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