Glenternie Bed and Breakfast
Luxury Bed and Breakfast near Peebles, Scotland
Luxury Bed and Breakfast
Glenternie House is a spectacular Victorian Grade B listed house that dates from about 1870 set in stunning countryside approximately 4 miles from the delightful town of Peebles.
It offers elegant, peaceful and luxurious accommodation in a hidden valley in the beautiful Scottish Borders with incredible views towards the Southern Uplands. Anthony and Lucy Woodd have made this into a comfortable country house bed and breakfast.
As well as being on the doorstep of many interesting places to visit this is fantastic walking country either in the beautiful hills or along the paths beside the magnificent River Tweed. The famous Dawyck Botanic Gardens are close by.
Breakfast is served in the dining room and consists of a full Scottish cooked breakfast.
Wifi is available throughout the property.
Dinner or Supper available on request in advance
THINGS TO DO
Excellent restaurants, pubs and small independent shops.
Peebles Golf Club offers an 18 hole course
World famous mountain-biking tracks at Glentress Forest and Innerleithen
The dramatic Neidpath Castle, overlooks the river Tweed and can be viewed from the lovely walks beside the river.
Stobo Castle Spa is 5 miles away offering an extensive range of beauty treatments and day packages.
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"Staying at Glenternie is a delightful treat in every way! The beautiful aesthetic of the house, art and antiques is inspiring. Lucy’s breakfasts are more than five-star, so so delicious and lovely."
Bed and Breakfast £60/65 per person per night.
Single person supplement £15
Dinner £35 pp
Supper £28 pp
We accept cash, cheques or online banking.
A deposit of 10% will be required.
If you would like to make an enquiry about availability at Glenternie House please see the contact details below or fill in the form
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND
Check-in: After 5PM
Pet(s) live on property
Must climb stairs
We will be around the house during your stay. Because this is a private home rather than a hotel, we would ask that you be gone by 10.30AM every day and not arrive back before 5PM unless in exceptional circumstances.