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Hotel Roxburghe Golf 4 *

Floors Castle,, TD5 8JZ Kelso, United Kingdom |Show on the map
  • WiFi
  • Car park
  • Pets admitted
  • Golf
  • Rural
  • Accessible
  • Family
  • Sports
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Terms and facilities
  • Useful information
  • Location
  • Opinions

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Score: 4.5 / 5
TripAdvisor Score Score based on 393 reviews

Services and terms: Hotel Roxburghe Golf

  • general
    • WiFi
    • Internet
    • Car park
    • Pets admitted
    • Heating
    • Reduced mobility access
    • Non-smoker Rooms
    • All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
  • Wellness
    • Massage
    • Beauty Services
  • Reception services
    • 24-Hour Front Desk
    • Baggage Storage
    • Safe
    • Express Check-in/Check-out
    • Press
  • Activities
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Mountain sports
    • Cycling
  • Leisure and families
    • Nursery
  • Food and beverage
    • Restaurant
    • Bar
    • Kids' Meals
    • Special Diet Meals (upon request)
    • Packed Lunches
    • Room Service
    • Breakfast in the Room
    • Bottle of Water
    • Fruit
  • Transportation
    • Bicycle hire
  • Common areas
    • Terrace
    • Library
  • Business facilities
    • Meeting rooms
  • Housekeeping service
    • Daily Housekeeping
    • Laundry
    • Shoeshine

Useful information: Hotel Roxburghe Golf

Other names for Hotel Roxburghe Golf:
Roxburghe & Championship Golf Course

Location: Hotel Roxburghe Golf

Kelso, with the famous Silvery Tweed running through it, is one of the prettiest towns in the Central Borders region. There are many things to see and do in Kelso, such as the famous Kelso Races, Britain's friendliest course. In mid July there is Kelso Civic Week, steeped in history and tradition, while the end of July sees the famous Border Union Show attracting visitors and competitors from all over. Kelso Abbey is another famous landmark, and it stands right in the centre of the cobbled market town. The town of Kelso has the largest market square in Scotland, and further up the street is the embedded horseshoe, which, according to local legend, was cast by Bonnie Prince Charlie's horse when he passed through in 1745 on his way to Derby.

From Kelso town centre, from the town square, take the road south to the old stone bridge over the River Tweed and continue along this road, veering to the left at the JET petrol station until the T junction by the new bypass. Turn right onto the A698. Follow the road for 4.8 km. Upon going through the village of Heiton, the signage for the hotel is on the right.


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