We regret the swimming pool and sauna will be closed today for essential maintenance, we apologise for any inconvenience.


Welcome to Dryburgh Abbey Hotel

Magnificent Scottish country house Hotel & restaurant by the Tweed in the Scottish Borders. Luxury accommodation, ideal for short breaks, Scottish wedding venues and business conferences. Nestled in an exclusive wooded estate, next to the historic Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey Hotel is a very special 3 Star Country House Hotel. We're only an hour from Edinburgh and Newcastle, making us the perfect setting for your Scottish borders holiday, wedding venue or corporate event. 

Come stay with us a while. Explore the local history, scenery and sporting opportunities. Unwind in the pool and sauna, relax in cosy fireside lounges and luxurious bedrooms, and enjoy some fabulous seasonal cuisine, freshly prepared in our Bistro or Restaurant.

The Dryburgh Abbey Country House Hotel looks forward to welcoming you soon.



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The perfect venue for your short break, wedding or business conference in the Scottish Borders


The ideal venue for your perfect wedding in the Scottish borders - exclusive fixed price wedding packages to cater for any size and budget
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Swim & Lunch Offer

Swim & Lunch Offer: £10.95 Adults / £5.00 Children. Offer includes a one hour swim and light lunch. Advance Booking Only.
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Exexcellent business & conference facilities & luxury accommodation in the heart of the Scottish Borders
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Stunning Location


Welcome to the Scottish Borders – the Gateway to Scotland

Famed for its turbulent historical past, open spaces, heather-clad hills, forests, rivers and lochs, Sir Walter Scott and textiles, the Scottish Borders provide an absolutely fascinating and seductive area to explore. Dryburgh Country House Hotel boasts all the services and facilities you need for the perfect break, wedding or business conference venue. And there's plenty to see and do as every visitor will be spoilt for choice with rolling hills, scenic rivers, charming towns, castles and abbeys, historical houses and gardens, ancient festivals, some of the best fly fishing, rugby, walking and golf in Scotland, and wonderful opportunities to indulge in shopping for cashmere.