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Welcome to Heatherlie House Hotel

Address: Heatherlie Park, Selkirk, TD7 5AL

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Heatherlie House Hotel is an elegant Victorian mansion set in 2 acres of wooded grounds. Located in the scenic border region of Scotland, the hotel has ample parking. Bedrooms at Heatherlie House Hotel are light and neutral in design, with views over the gardens. Each bedroom comes with tea/coffee-making facilities and a TV, and all but the single room have an en suite bathroom. With high ceilings, a period fireplace and a grand bay window. A hearty cooked breakfast can set guests up for the day, while evenings can be spent relaxing in the hotel bar or enjoying a meal. Galashiels Golf Course is under 15 minutes’ drive from Heatherlie, and historic Bowhill House can be reached in 10 minutes. Walkers and mountain-bikers can enjoy the open countryside and forests in the local area.

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Abbotsford House - Historical Houses

Abbotsford House - Historical Houses

Distance 4.54 miles (7.27 km)
Abbotsford is the house built and lived in by Sir Walter Scott, the 19th century novelist, and author of timeless classics such as Waverley, Rob Roy, Ivanhoe and The Lady of the Lake. Situated on the banks of the River Tweed, west of Melrose, the house contains an impressive collection of historic relics, weapons and armour including Rob Roy's gun and Montrose's Sword. There is also a library containing over 9,000 rare volumes. Visitors will be able to see Sir Walter Scott's Study, Library, Drawing Room, Entrance Hall, Armouries and the Dining Room where he died on 21st September 1832. There are Extensive Grounds, a Walled Garden and a Woodland Walk for visitors to enjoy.