For leisure and relaxation Dryburgh Abbey Hotel has an attractive indoor heated pool and sauna, open daily and free of charge to guests. Complimentary towels are provided.
Dryburgh Abbey Hotel sits nestled in 10 acres of beautiful wooded private grounds in which guests can relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this historic riverside setting in the heart of the Scottish Borders adjacent to Dryburgh Abbey, the last resting place of Sir Walter Scott.
With the longest salmon season in the country and more fish caught than any other river in Britain, the River Tweed is world famous. Our guests can fish for trout and grayling on the Hotel’s stretch of river – see Fishing Breaks page. We willingly assist in arranging fishing at other locations and ghillies as required.
Surrounding Dryburgh Abbey Hotel are some of the best country road and off road mountain bike forest cycle routes in Scotland with routes for the light hearted and the very brave! We offer secure storage for Bikes.
On Dryburgh Abbey Hotel’s doorstep there are a number of picturesque river, forest and woodland treks and trails for all abilities of walkers and hikers that we can help you discover. We welcome dogs and have drying facilities. More
The dramatic natural environment of the Scottish Borders offers some of the finest pheasant shooting in Scotland. Rough shooting is very popular and with some of the finest Scottish sporting estates providing excellent driven pheasant shooting and first class hospitality. Please contact us to help you make special arrangements