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Away from it all and closer than you think! Visit the Tweed Valley and you’re less than an hour from Edinburgh yet worlds away from the hustle and bustle of city life. You’ll find more than just a fine selection of Scottish holiday cottages and hotels on offer in the Scottish Borders - you can treat yourself to the perfect short break amongst Scotland’s most stunning landscapes, it’s the perfect place for a real Scottish holiday.

Enjoy browsing our website – it’ll help you plan your next short break in Scotland, or, if you’re already in the area it’s packed full of everything you need to know to make the most of your stay in the Tweed Valley.


Thrill yourself with world class mountain bike trails at the Jewels in Scotland’s mountain biking crown - the 7Stanes centres of Glentress and Innerleithen.


Where to begin? Sample great walking, fishing, golf and riding to name but a few.


Packed with history, castles and historic sites - immerse yourself in the Tweed Valley’s delightful towns: Peebles, Innerleithen, West Linton and Selkirk are a stone’s throw apart, each with a very different tale to share.


Tired out after all that exploring? If your idea of the perfect Scottish holiday or short break involves a gentle stroll on the banks of the Tweed, a hot soak in a luxury spa, or a walk around some of Scotland’s most amazing botanical gardens, then we look forward to seeing you when you visit Tweed Valley.

Boasting superb accommodation, it can be a tough decision to pick from the best hotels in the Scottish Borders.  Whether you’re looking for a unique 4 star hotel, comfortable bed and breakfasts, self-catering, cottages, camping or caravan sites, or even bunkhouse and wig wam accommodation – you can rest easy in the Tweed Valley.

This project is being part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Community Scottish Borders LEADER 2007-13 Programme.

Leader Programme European Agricultural Fund The Scottish Government Scottish Enterprise
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