In our cosy 'Turner Room' restaurant you can discover for yourself why we have a growing reputation for excellent dining. All meals are freshly prepared to order by the Chef Proprietors Alan & Pam, using only the finest local ingredients such as Scottish beef and lamb or fish freshly landed at Eyemouth.

 

We also provide meals in the 'Spence Room' which is slightly smaller than our main restaurant but for small parties of up to 15 it provides some privacy. This room is also available to book for meetings.

 

We offer Real Ales/Guest Ales in our Main Bar - we've been featured in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide 2013 & now 2014.

 

 

 

On the Ground Floor - Turner Room (main restaurant)
  Wheelchair access            Spence Room
                                                     Main Bar 
                                                     Beer Garden

 

On the First Floor - Meeting Room (up to 10 people)
                                               Function Room (max 50 seated/
                                                                                 80 standing)

 

On the Second Floor - 3 En-suite Bedrooms

 

On the Third Floor - 1 En-suite Bedroom
                                           1 Family Suite (2 Rooms)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description from CAMRA's Good Beer Guide 2013

 

Family-run 200-year-old hotel just off the town square. The cosy wood-panelled front bar is popular with locals, and the lounge area with bench seating is more suited to families. There is also a restaurant specialising in fresh fish, which has an intimite, relaxed and candlelit atmosphere. The secluded beer garden can be enjoyed during the summer. Dogs are welcome in the bar. The letting rooms are all named after local historic figures. Free Wi-Fi access.

 

Description from CAMRA's Good Beer Guide 2013

 

Family-run 200-year-old hotel just off the town square. The cosy wood-panelled front bar is popular with locals, and the lounge area with bench seating is more suited to families. There is also a restaurant specialising in fresh fish, which has an intimite, relaxed and candlelit atmosphere. The secluded beer garden can be enjoyed during the summer. Dogs are welcome in the bar. The letting rooms are all named after local historic figures. Free Wi-Fi access.

Description from CAMRA's Good Beer Guide 2013

 

Family-run 200-year-old hotel just off the town square. The cosy wood-panelled front bar is popular with locals, and the lounge area with bench seating is more suited to families. There is also a restaurant specialising in fresh fish, which has an intimite, relaxed and candlelit atmosphere. The secluded beer garden can be enjoyed during the summer. Dogs are welcome in the bar. The letting rooms are all named after local historic figures. Free Wi-Fi access.