Dunfermline House B&B - Melrose

    Buccleuch Street, Melrose, Roxburghshire. TD6 9LB   Telephone: 01896 822411


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Visitor Attractions

Walking, fishing, golfing, cycling or simply enjoying the beautiful countryside, there is always a warm welcome in Dunfermline House.
This section will give you some idea of what there is on offer in the Melrose and surrounding area.

Melrose Attractions are numerous, here is a selection to visits:

Stately Homes are a feature of the area as are the historical border peel towers. Visitors are welcome at:-



Melrose Abbey
Smailholm Tower

Melrose Abbey


Smailholm Tower



Walking opportunities are endless be it for a few hours, a full days walk or for those passing through Melrose on one of the long distance walking routes. Fishing on the River Tweed is famous for its Salmon. Even although you may not have a permit for this there are other rivers, lochs and reservoirs where the visitor will get access to wonderful fishing opportunities. We at Dunfermline House will be able to advise you on locations and availability. For extensive on line information link to Tweed Guide.

Golf is available to the visitor here in Melrose and at many courses throughout the region. The Borders has two Championship courses at Cardrona and Roxburghe. Be it a championship, 18 hole or 9 hole course you will never be far away when you stay at Dunfermline House.

Other sports are extensive, ranging from mountain biking, cycling, equestrian pursuits, canoeing, sailing to the more specialised such as clay pigeon shooting.



Three Brethren Hill
Melrose Sevens

The Three Brethren


Melrose Sevens



This can only be a sample of what is on offer in Melrose and the surrounding area.
Within each room there is a full pack of information on the attractions and activities that you might wish to enjoy. We will also be pleased to advise you in person and help with any booking arrangements that you might require.


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