This unassuming borders town in the middle of nowhere was originally a market town at the behest of Edward I’s razed Earth tactics against the Scots. It just happens to be where your Pennine Way challenge ends. Most people have a pint or six at the Borders Hotel. There are also B&Bs and a bus stop for your get away.
Dating from 1750, the Border Hotel offers a welcome sight marking the end of the Pennine Way. It sits on the St Cuthbert's Way 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. Those completing the Pennine Way receive a certificate and a free half pint, and are encouraged to tell their story. A warm, friendly welcome awaits you as you enter the cosy bar with its fine selection of beverages to enjoy in front 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 en-suite rooms provide the opportunity for a good night's sleep, refreshing you for your next adventure. We look forward to welcoming you.
If you have accommodation already arranged in Kirk Yetholm, Pennine Way, please enter the details here so that we can arrange baggage transfer. You will be charged a luggage delivery fee but you will not be charged a booking fee for this stop.