Barony Castle Hotel, PeeblesBarony Castle Hotel in Peebles, Scottish Boarders is a picturesque hotel. Set in 25 acres of gardens and mature woodland. Every room in this hotel is unique. 01721 730395 11am 3 From £45.00
Private Car Park
Leisure with pool
Barony Castle Hotel by Peebles is a beautiful hotel offering all the comforts for a stay in the Scottish Borders.
Private Car Park
Leisure with pool
Number of Bedrooms: 72
Parking Spaces: 80
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Barony Castle Hotel by Peebles is set in 25 acres of gardens and mature woodland. Barony Castle offers magnificent views over the surrounding countryside and is the perfect base to launch your quest for fun in the local area. This Castle Hotel is located 4 miles from Peebles 17 miles south of Edinburgh in the glorious Scottish Borders.
The welcoming bedrooms at this 3 star hotel in the Scottish Borders are all different. As the Barony Hotel is a castle, every room is unique having differing views of the hotels gardens, woodland and glen. Barony Castle has a couple of suites if you fancy an upgrade.
Refresh your body and mind with some pure Scottish air and a walk in the gardens; relax with a sauna or a dip in the pool before enjoying a drink at the bar and tasting freshly prepared food in Thomson’s @ the Castle Restaurant.
Barony Castle Hotel by Peebles offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
The Peebles Barony Castle Hotel offers 72 en suite bedrooms each room unique in size and shape with different views of the surrounding garden and woods.
Classic en-suite rooms feature 1 double bed, complimentary WiFi, and various views of the grounds. Some of the Classic rooms also feature a Single Bed in them.
Privilege Rooms have a Double bed and all the great amenities that you’d find in the Classic Rooms plus the addition of a Nespresso coffee machine, bathrobes, slippers and a Mini fridge with complimentary soft drinks.
Junior Suites includes the same facilities as the Privilege Room as well as a feature bathroom and a large comfortable seating area.
Barony Castle has lift access to most rooms and also two purpose designed rooms for wheelchair users.
A small selection of rooms allow pets on prior arrangement at £15.00
Bar & Restaurant
The Thomson’s @ the Castle Restaurant at the Barony Castle Hotel has a team of chefs to create a delicious selection of seasonal dishes to enjoy, using local and fresh produce. The restaurant has been awarded the Visit Scotland “Taste Our Best” Award 2015/16.
Breakfast 07:00 – 10:00 Weekdays, 07:00 – 11:00 Weekends
Dinner 19:00-21:30 (last orders)
Or relax in the Blue Dug Bar and Lounge with an aperitif or a dram from the extensive range of malt whiskies whilst perhaps trying the tasty Bar Menu.
12:00 – 21:00 7 Days
The Barony Castle hotels leisure facilities are the perfect way to relax after a busy day visiting the area. The newly refurbished leisure spa includes a 10-metre pool with whirlpool bath, thermal experience showers, sauna, and heated lounger’s and swan necks.
Enjoy a specialised Priadara Beauty Treatment from the experienced therapists during your stay at this beautiful castle hotel in Scotland.
For the more energetic a state-of-the-art gym equipped with the Technogym™ cardio vascular and strength machines and free weights area is also available to hotel guests, members and all spa guests.
Directions to Barony Castle Hotel in Eddleston by Peebles
From the North, depart A720 Edinburgh City bypass at the Lothianburn junction and follow signs to Peebles on the A703. On reaching Eddleston Village take 1st right at the Horseshoe Inn (signposted Lyne via Meldons). Follow this road for approximately 200 metres. The entrance to Barony Castle is on your right.
From the South West, follow the M74 and exit at Moffat and follow the A701 to Edinburgh. Take the first junction you see (40 miles) signposted for Peebles and follow this road until reaching Peebles. As above from Peebles.
From the South East, Follow the A1 north to Newcastle Then follow the A696 signposted for Newcastle Airport. Turn onto A68 signposted for Jedburgh. From Jedburgh follow A68 to Galashiels then A72 to Peebles. please see directions above.
By Train: The nearest main line station is Edinburgh Waverley. Taxi to Eddleston is a 45 minute journey.
Hotel Notice Board
Guests staying on a Dinner inclusive break receive an allocation of £28.00 food per person (unless stated otherwise in package inclusions) from either our a la carte restaurant menu or our bar menu.
Dogs allowed in a limited amount of bedrooms only (subject to availability and a £15 surcharge per dog ). Please note the pet friendly accommodation at Barony Castle are Classic Double Rooms only. If you book a Twin Room you will be automatically given a double room.
When looking to book for Single Occupancy, please call our reservations line on 01357 529 129. Rates quoted for a triple room type are based on 2 adults sharing. If booking for 3 adults the extra adult will be charged at an extra 50% of the room cost. This will be added on to your bill and paid for at the hotel.
Children's Rates: Children aged 12 and under are charged at £7.50 per child per night bed and breakfast, all other meals as paid for as taken at the hotel. This is based on 2 adults and 1 child in the room. When making a reservation for 2 adults and 2 children in the room there is an additional charge of £15 per night for the additional bed for the 2nd child. Please call 01357 529 129 to book for a family of 4.
Please Click Here for information on the history of Barony Castle
The 25 acres surrounding the Barony Castle hotel reveals a secret at every turn. The Limes Avenue laid out in the 1620’s was the original impressive entrance to the house and remained such until the 1950’s.
The Ewe Tree Walk leads to the Altar which was built on the site of a 19th century summerhouse, which in turn occupied one of the sites used for private worship by the Murray family during the 17th century.
The last remaining Summerhouse is now a popular wedding backdrop and has also been used as a Hindu temple and a chapel. The Ice House was built for George Murray the 6th Lord Elibank and could hold 11,500 litres of ice collected from the Mill Pond and surrounding streams during the winter months.
The Great Polish Map
The Great Polish Map of Scotland is a unique feature in the Scottish landscape. It is a large physical relief map of Scotland, sculpted in concrete and measuring some 40m by 50m. It stands in the grounds of Barony Castle, Eddleston, once the home of the Murrays of Elibank, and later the Hotel Black Barony. But how did this remarkable artefact come into existence…? Click Here to read the hotels information sheet on the Map.