As a historic baronial country house dating back to the mid nineteenth century Dryburgh Abbey Hotel has a selection of splendid and spacious public rooms popular with guests.
Relax by the fireside in the newly refurbished lounge and enjoy morning coffee, snacks, afternoon tea or a pre-dinner drink.
A casual dining option, the bistro is ideal for guests looking for a relaxed lunch or dinner experience.
The Wallace Lounge
Overlooking the gardens the Wallace Lounge is a wonderful room to escape to when enjoying a leisurely short break. The hotel is very fortunate to have a complete set of the Dryburgh Edition of the Waverley Novels by Sir Walter Scott on display in the Lounge. There are 25 volumes in the set and they were published monthly between 1892 and 1894. If you would like to inspect them more closely this can be arranged through reception.
The Tweed Restaurant
With its large bay windows, impressive high ceilings, decorative cornicing, ornate chandeliers and stunning river views the restaurant is a charming room to relax and enjoy dinner during your stay.