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Situated in Earlston, this bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of Melrose Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey, and Mellerstain House. Smailholm Tower and Thirlestane Castle are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Pros: Friendly greeting. Hot shower, nice breakfast, clean comfy beds.
Pros: On the last morning I was leaving very early in the morning for work. As I wasnt going to make breakfast they made me a packed lunch to take away instead. I thought was very nice of the hosts to offer. Great stay.
Pros: Visiting Earlston, the ancient home of Thomas the Rhymer and attending Rhymer’s Ramble. Staying at Brookfield was perfect! Hosts kind and generous, rooms big and comfy, food delicious and plentiful. Highly recommend. Also if you have time, food at nearby Red Lion delicious.
Cons: No complaints!
Pros: Such friendly and informative hosts.
Pros: The hosts were so friendly and the attention to detail was exceptional. Everything was so clean and breakfast was of a very high standard.
Pros: Excellent bnb. The owners are lovely and couldnt make us feel more welcome. The breakfast was superb.
Pros: Excellent B&B for the overnight stop that I was planning as I travelled south from the Trossachs. Really it was somewhere to break the journey and get my head down. Lovely hosts running a lovely B&B. Comfortable spacious room, and a good breakfast to send me on my way with. Was offered more toast than I could possibly have consumed! Kept me going all day, and I did not eat until the evening.
Cons: The Achilles heel with all B&Bs, it seems - the power shower lacked power, but this seems to be the case everywhere
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Huntlywood Granary offers accommodation in Earlston, 19 km from Lauder and 47 km from Edinburgh. Free private parking is available on site. You will find a kettle in the room. The rooms have a private bathroom. There is a shared lounge at the property. Berwick-Upon-Tweed is 39 km from Huntlywood Granary, while Peebles is 37 km from the property. The nearest airport is Edinburgh Airport, 56 km from Huntlywood Granary.
Pros: Great location, very comfortable with a very warming welcome. Would highly recommend.
Pros: Lesley the host/owner was the perfect host and such a lovely person to meet. The facilities were five star, the room was amazing and the room was huge. The en-suite was beautiful 2. Couldn’t stop smiling as soon as we walked into the room
Cons: Nothing at all. Perfect.
Pros: Host very knowledgeable about local area. Nice selection of tea bags in room
Cons: Tricky to find as not well signed. Bathroom has no shower.
Pros: The house and our accommodation were outstanding. We were on a bit of a road trip and Huntlywood Granary was the lowest price we paid - excellent value for money.
Cons: Breakfast for those not taking the cooked options might have been a little more interesting.
Pros: The lady owner was friendly and helpful Beautiful room and setting, with use of a lounge if required Good Scottish breakfast to set us up for the day
Cons: It was very hard to find in the dark It was assumed we’d have cooked breakfast, no continental options available at all Eating in the owner’s kitchen isn’t everyone’s cup of tea-
Pros: Nice, home cooked breakfast
Cons: Welcome Ranby exactly warm. Got scolded by the owner for turning into the wrong drive
Situated in Earlston, this guesthouse is within 6 mi (10 km) of Melrose Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey, and Mellerstain House. Smailholm Tower and Thirlestane Castle are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Pros: The location was great for us on a weekend break away on two wheels. The hotel and staff were very accomodating and let us park our bikes around the back of the hotel in a gated yard. The bar downstairs had a nice selection of ales and cider and the staff were helpful in recommending local takeaways/food. We opted for a chinese as it was nearer than the Indian takeaway. Breakfast was lovely - its been a while since Ive had haggis and I dont recall it ever tasting that good. Special thanks for getting us the gift we brought home for our son, Eden - the monogrammed shower gel lol.
Pros: Verry Good
Cons: no Heating in the bedroom.
Pros: Good location . Good breakfast and good service for evening meal from waitress
Cons: The male owner / manager was quite grumpy bordering on rude Faulty Towers style ! Shame because the young lady was so helpful Clock struck outside my window every 15 minutes all through the night !!
Pros: Nice old-fashioned village inn with rooms
Pros: Lovely staff.
Cons: The room could do with some updating. Housekeeping was not the best.
Pros: Very friendly people who work there, nice evening meal, breakfast was great, lovely place to stay
Cons: The shower was rubbish
Cons: Quiet village. But noisy revellers until 2am. Hotel is right next to the church. Which chimes its bells loudly. Every hour during the night. So no good for light sleepers. Paper thin mattress in Room 5 didnt help either. Was hoping for a decent Sbottish breakfast. But had to wait 45 mins for a rotten runny egg and partially cooked bacon. Not recommended.