Station Hotel Melrose


Set in the heart of Melrose the Station Hotel is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike.

The hotel was originally set up to house travelers arriving at Melrose Train Station. Sadly, the line closed down many years ago but the business has continued despite its loss.

The friendly staff pride themselves on ensuring that all their customers and visitors have a relaxing time at The Station Hotel and Restaurant.

The premises have been tastefully updated whilst retaining the old world charm of this historic building, so you’ll find plenty of interesting features mingled with modern comforts.

They want you to feel at home during your stay which is why you’ll always find a friendly face and a warm welcome at the Station.

The Station Hotel Melrose serve quality home cooking at a price the whole family can enjoy, so whether you choose to eat in the restaurant, lounge bar or a take away, you can be assured of great value for money.

Warm, comfortable surroundings and a friendly face make the Station hotel a joy to visit and with the busy village of Melrose right on the doorstep you’re never far from all the activities and experiences this popular town has to offer.

Melrose nestles under the stunning scenery of the Eildon Hills and plays host to the Greenyards Rugby Grounds and ancient Melrose Abbey. The beautiful River Tweed winds its way around the town and is always popular with fishermen, artists and photographers alike.

Melrose is a great base for walkers, cyclists, historians, rugby enthusiast’s, golfers and shoppers, making it well worth a visit at any time of the year.

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Station Hotel Melrose
26 Market Square, Melrose, TD6 9PT

t: 01896 823147
m: 01896 823147
e: info@stationhotelmelrose.com
w: www.stationhotelmelrose.com

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At a glance

  • At the heart of Melrose
  • Friendly staff
  • Quality home cooking
  • Warm, comfortable surroundings

Pheasant
Kelso Border Union Show
Cycling
Fishing
Fishing
Grey Mare's Tail
Smailholm Tower
Pipers
Pipers
Scott's View
Melrose Abbey
The River Tweed
Walking