A little retail therapy?
Kelso has a great selection of independent shops offering a wide selection of products and services. At Inglestone House we are located just off the town square, which means visitors are within walking distance of all that Kelso has to offer.
We would like to draw your attention to a few of the shops that we love and that we know our guests have visited and complimented.
Many of our guests come for cycling holidays and Simon has been a saviour on more than one occasion. A great bike shop on Bridge Street.
Situated on Horsemarket and in the Square, these country clothing stores host a large selection of quality, fashionable items for men and women as well as gifts to take home after your holidays.
The Mole House
This fantastic one of a kind store offers hand crafted goods and sculptures that make great gifts or new acquisitions for the home.
W J Blair
Open for almost a century this family run jewellery shop is our next door neighbour. Pop in for fabulous gifts,treats, watch repairs, trophies and engraving.
Rogerson’s (The Square) & Swans (Bridge Street)
Two great long established shoe shops with something for everyone and fantastic staff who really know their stuff.
James Stewart & Sons
3 floors of everything from electricals to cleaning products, hardware, kitchenware, party ware and much more. We often find what we need here as they stock things you can’t find anywhere else!
Zantik & Hawico
Lots of quirky books, games, cards and gifts.
A treasure trove of kitchenware including a fantastic enamel Moomin range, specialist ingredients, green toiletries and lots more
A lovely little place selling beads and interesting creative kits.
If you are looking for something specific when you arrive please ask us and we will do our best to point you in the right direction.
Accreditations and awards
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