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About Kirk Yetholm
This rather neglected part of Britain is at the beginning or the end of the Pennine Way, Britain`s first Long distance footpath - 250 miles! Kirk Yetholm first appeared in texts during the 13th Century. The name originates from its border position Yett is an old Scots name for Gate, and Holm Norse for settlement; so it was the gate town between two sovereign nations. The town was the base for Scotland`s roving gypsy community for 400 years and laws were then passed saying that they could be apprehended on sight and hanged!
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Mother and daughter team, Sandi and Zoe Keddie bought The Plough Hotel in January 2014.
Having originally moved to Yetholm in 1997, Sandi ran The Romany House as a highly successful Bed and Breakfast for years before moving to Australia to live and to work for The Animal Welfare League of NSW. On her return in 2013 she and Zoe decided the Plough was the logical next challenge in the hospitality industry and have set themselves the target of running the best local pub in The Scottish Borders.
They have brought back the highly talented and popular chef Brian to add his flare with local produce. Together with Jonathan, and the bar team, comprising Sophie, Emma and Ashley all customers old and new can be assured of a warm welcome.
1 single ensuite room
1 double ensuite room
1 twin ensuite room
Last updated: 1/25/2016
The Green, Kirk Yetholm TD5 8PD Fax: 01573 420549
Property type: Country House Hotel
Dating from 1750 The Border Hotel offers a welcome sight for all walkers. It sits on the St Cuthberts Trail and the start of the National Trail. Its commanding position at the head of the village green catches the imagination with its traditional thatched roof and eye catching frontage. A warm friendly welcome awaits you as you enter the cosy bar with its fine selection of beverages to enjoy in from of the roaring open fire while the tempting menu our chefs have created using local produce offers a fine selection of freshly prepared and well-presented dishes to satisfy the hungry traveller. Five comfortable ensuite rooms provide the opportunity for a good nights sleep, refreshing you for your next adventure.
Distance from path: on route
OS reference: 827282
5 single ensuite rooms
5 double ensuite rooms
5 twin ensuite rooms
Last updated: 1/14/2019
Kirk Yetholm Kelso TD5 8PG Fax: 07428 527 865
Property type: B & B Accreditations: Not Classified
Offering bed and breakfast in two twin rooms, Blunty’s Mill B&B is a recently converted blanket mill located in Kirk Yetholm at the end of the Pennine Way, and only 100 yards from the St. Cuthbert’s Way walking route.
Not only is it a great place to recharge your batteries after a day of hiking through stunning countryside with a fantastic home-cooked breakfast to fuel you for the day ahead, Blunty’s Mill offers a tranquil weekend, midweek or week’s break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The only Bed and Breakfast situated far from the main road in Yetholm, Blunty’s Mill provides unrivaled views of the Cheviot Hills and Bowmont Water as well as an opportunity for a unique and reasonably priced mini-break. In fact, why not stay longer!
Our facilities include:
· Off-road parking
· A secure area for storing bicycles
· Laundry and clothes drying facilities
· Comfortable, light and recently renovated rooms
· Packed lunches offered
· Tea and coffee facilities
· A pleasant residents’ lounge