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Cross Keys Hotel

36-37 The Square
Scottish Borders
TD5 7HL

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Property Details

Contact: Mr Bercattelli
Accommodation TypeHotel
VisitScotland Quality Assurance Star Rating3
Walkers Welcome AffiliatedNo
Cyclists Welcome AffiliatedNo
Drying FacilitiesNo
Laundry FacilitiesNo
Evening Meal availableNo
Packed Lunches AvailableNo
Pay Phone availableNo
Vehicle BackupNo
Accept DogsNo
Ensuite FacilitiesNo
Disabled FacilitiesNo
Smoking PermittedNo



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Property Description

The present hotel was built in 1769, but in other forms a Cross Keys hotel has occupied this site since the earliest days of Scottish coaching inns. Recently modernised throughout to the very highest standard, the Cross Keys today provides a warm and friendly welcome to its guests and excellent service from attentive, courteous staff. The hotel is an ideal centre for business or pleasure - situated in a peaceful corner of Scotland, yet still within easy reach of Edinburgh and Newcastle. The Cross Keys is owned and run by the Becattelli family who provide that personal touch that makes all the difference to their guests. Originally horse-drawn carriages used to drive through the centre of the hotel to stables behind. Now this entrance is the reception area. An imaginative menu of light meals is available all day in the Oak Room. The Cross Keys restaurant, like other rooms on the ground floor, has recently been completely refurbished taking inspiration from the great Scottish Art Nouveau architect Charles MacIntosh. It provides a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with a la carte and table d'hte dinner menus offering an excellent choice of traditional Scottish and International cuisine. The finest local produce is used wherever possible, and many dishes are prepared from ingredients for which the Scottish Borders is famous, such as Tweed salmon and lamb. Next to the restaurant is the stylish Nr 36 bar...and beyond you can relax in the informality of the comfortable lounge.



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