As a historic baronial country house dating back to the mid nineteenth century Dryburgh Abbey Hotel has a selection of splendid spacious public rooms that are very popular with our hotels guests and for hosting a variety of different functions throughout the year.
The Tweed Restaurant situated on the first floor of the hotel with its large bay windows, hugely impressive high ceilings, decorative cornicing, ornate chandeliers and river views is is an absolutely charming room to have dinner when enjoying a short break in Scotland.
The Abbey Room, also situated on the first floor, with its high ceilings, large windows, attractive marble fireplace and views of the historic Dryburgh Abbey and the river is a very popular venue in the Scottish Borders for Wedding Breakfasts, private dinners and functions.
The Garden Room, which is also located on the first floor, is ideal for private dining, tastefully decorated with warm cosy colours. This room can comfortably hold a group of 12 people, with fantastic views across the hotel grounds and the historic Abbey.
The state of the art Glen Room on the ground floor, with many added extras makes this room perfect for conferences and meetings. To name a few the room is appointed with air conditioning, sound proofing, electric blinds for the sky light windows which provides inspiring natural light, projectors, built in PA systems, internet access and many more.
On the ground floor of the historic country house hotel guests can relax in the comfortable fireside lounges and newly refurbished bar lounge for morning coffee, bar snacks and afternoon teas with all ground floor public rooms at Dryburgh Abbey Hotel, Scotland having direct access to the hotels grounds. Dogs and walkers are most welcome.
For anyone seeking peace and quiet the Wallace Lounge situated on the first floor and overlooking the gardens is a wonderful room to escape to when enjoying a leisurely short break in Scotland. We are very fortunate to have a complete set of the Dryburgh Edition of the Waverley Novels by Sir Walter Scott. There are 25 volumes in the set and they were published monthly between 1892 and 1894. The Novels are on display in our Wallace Lounge. If you would like to inspect them more closely this can be arranged through reception.