Welcome to Inglestone House
A 6 bedroom Georgian guest house in the centre of Kelso
Colin and Lisa would love to welcome you to their Guest House in the very centre of Kelso. Offering six spacious, tastefully decorated en-suite bedrooms and an award winning breakfast, we have everything you need for a great stay. Our ground floor rooms are very popular with guests who have mobility difficulties. The ramp at the rear of the house makes for easy access and this unique facility sees many guests returning again and again.
Inglestone House is ideally situated for exploring the town and all its attractions. Whether it’s a day at the Races or a spot of fishing, we would love to host you here. Relax, take a stroll along the River Tweed, sample the fine hospitality of our wonderful bars and restaurants and be just minutes walk from your accommodation here at Inglestone House.
The beautiful Scottish Borders
Kelso is perfectly positioned for visiting neighbouring Border towns, the rugged East coast and North Northumberland being only 5 miles from the English border. The coastal splendour of Eyemouth, St Abb’s and Berwick-Upon-Tweed are great for a day trip. Edinburgh is only 35 miles away with regular buses and trains making the capital city accessible for all. Wherever you venture from our lovely town you will be captivated by the sheer beauty of the surrounding Scottish Borders countryside. Whatever you are looking for, the Borders has it all; walking, cycling, golf, equestrian and traditional country pursuits, an abundance of country houses and castles showcased by a landscape with a truly turbulent history. If something more leisurely is required, of course we do that too with an abundance of coffee shops, short riverside strolls and retail therapy.
If you are looking to explore where Scotland begins, then Inglestone House in Kelso is the perfect base. Any questions please contact us.
“We received a warm friendly welcome on arrival. Rooms are large, clean and comfortable. Excellent central location.”
“The owners could not do enough to make us feel welcome. This is an excellent business and one I would thoroughly recommend.”
“First class B & B with all necessary facilities and more + a superb freshly cooked piping hot breakfast cooked to order.”
Accreditations and awards
Just outside Jedburgh is the Capon Tree believed to be the last survivor of the ancient Jed Forest. The tree is a hollow Oak tree now held up in places by wooden supports and is thought to be about 1000 years old. The tree can be visited by parking just opposite or a...
April 2022 brought us two brothers both here for the fishing on the beautiful River Tweed. Congratulations goes to Mr Rob Burns who landed this lovely 8lbs salmon caught between the coals on the Rutherford beat. It's great to see fish being caught up here in the...
The sun is out, it's a beautiful warm July day and we need a socially distant outdoor activity with a tasty reward. So off to Border Berries at Rutherford a short drive along the river from Kelso to pick the best strawberries you will find anywhere! Stepping out of...