Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys
Welcome to the Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys
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Ettrick & Yarrow Valleys - that's the place for hotels & inns


There are several inns and hotels in the valleys.  The Philipburn Hotel is at the gateway to the valleys, The Cross Keys Inn is situated in the pretty village of Ettrickbridge  - or choose the Gordon Arms or Tibbie Shiels Inn which are all in beautiful and more remote locations in the Valleys.  Click on the heading or photograph of any of the entries below and this will take you to their website - providing much more information and options for checking availability and booking.


Tushielaw Inn, Ettrick Valley

The Tushielaw Inn is a 250 year old coaching inn in the Ettrick valley sitting high above Ettrick Water and looking out into open countryside.  There are 3 ensuite letting rooms and 2 more basic rooms with shared facilities for weary walkers and cyclists.  A good breakfast is available to set you up for the day, as well as packed lunches if you need them.  Cosy snug bar and restaurant available for your evening meal.

Gordon Arms, Yarrow Valley

The Gordon Arms is an old coaching Inn nestling in the Yarrow Valley. It was a favourite haunt of James Hogg, Sir Walter Scott and even Robert Burns was said to have stopped here. Now it is well known for its Traditional Music & Real Ale, and a warm welcome to walkers, cyclists and all other visitors to the area.  We have delightful ensuite rooms available including one with a four poster bed.

BEST WESTERN Philipburn Country House Hotel

The BEST WESTERN Philipburn Country House Hotel welcomes all visitors.  18 bedrooms, bar, lounge and restaurant open daily serving light lunches and evening meals.  We are pet friendly.  Outside dining is available in the beautiful gardens, terrace and patio area.


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