Summer Steal

2 nights Bed & Breakfast including 10% off food in restaurant.  From only £90 per person.

This offer is based on 2 people sharing a standard Twin or Double room, Sunday through Thursday.  1st July – 28th August 2017.  Supplements apply for Classic room upgrades & weekend stays.  Subject to availability.

From local festivals to doggie days out, trad music and world-class mountain biking, there’s plenty on over the next few weeks in the Tweed Valley.

6-15 July, St Ronan’s Border Games. Instituted in 1827, the Games are the oldest organised sports meeting in Scotland and are part of a wider ten-day festival in and around Innerleithen with events and fun for all ages. Highlights include the Cleikum Ceremonies on the second Friday, the pro-level Border Games the following day, plus the closing ceremony – Burning the De’il on the second Sat night. http://www.stronansgames.org

Sunday 16 July, A Dog’s Day Out, Traquair House. A special day out for dogs and their owners with all manner of fun activities, competitions, displays and demos, all in the beautiful surroundings of Traquair House. http://www.traquair.co.uk/event/dogs-day-traquair

18-20 August, Innerleithen Music Festival. The stars of Celtic music return to the Scottish Borders with a fabulous line-up that includes Jenny Biddle, Trad: Young Roots Concert and The Ghost of Tommy Atkins. https://innerleithenmusicfestival.org

19-20 August, Whyte Endura Scottish Open Champs – King and Queen of the Hill 2017, Innerleithen. Now something of a UK enduro classic, the course makes the most of the massive variety of trail riding here, with the sweetest descents on the valley’s finest dirt, roots and rock. This year sees a new venue in Innerleithen as the event base with stages on both the Caberston and Traquair sides of the valley. Expect pro athletes mixing it up with mere mortals in the battle to become the Scottish Open Champion. http://tweedlove.com/2017-event-info/king-and-queen-of-the-hill-scottish-open-champs-enduro

25 Aug-3 Sept, Creative Peebles Festival. Over a period of 10 days, this small but incredibly creative Borders town celebrates the work of its many artists, arts groups, musicians, poets, film makers and craftspeople. As well as indoor performances and workshops, there are opportunities to explore the fascinating history, architecture, nature and landscape of Peebles and around through a series of talks, walks and tours. Whether it is to enjoy live music, theatre, film, dance, visual arts, crafts, tours, or some of the many activities taking place out on the streets of Peebles, there’s something for every age and interest. http://www.creativepeeblesfestival.co.uk

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