The Scottish Borders offers a great variety of sporting activities including golf, fishing, shooting, walking, cycling, tennis, and pony trekking and to name just a few.
The Buccleuch Arms is the ideal base to explore the great outdoors and sports the Borders has to offer.
The Buccleuch Arms is the place to stay for a golf holiday to the Scottish Borders. The Buccleuch Arms is centrally placed to access 19 really good golf courses within a 35 minute drive. We specialise in golf breaks and arranging many different types of holidays to suit all budgets and groups sizes We have 19 ensuite bedrooms so plenty of room for golf parties. We offer a golf booking service, drying facilities and free Wifi. For more information call Denise on 01835 822243
Just 12 miles away from the Buccleuch Arms, Kelso race course holds regular meetings between October and May each year. We have put together some great packages to enable you to enjoy the racing around any of the fixtures.
The Scottish Borders and surrounding countryside is just perfect for shooting of all shapes and sizes. Why not see what we can do to make your game shooting in Scotland that bit more special?
We are a convenient and popular destination for exhilarating and scenic walking holidays. St. Cuthbertâ€™s Way passes through St.Boswellâ€™s and The Southern Upland Way, Borders Abbeys Way, the Eildon Hills, Dryburgh Abbey to Scottâ€™s View are all beautiful walks varying in distance and ability.
We are 3 miles from Melrose, the heart of the rugby sevens and a great stopover on the way to Murrayfield in Edinburgh, the home of Scottish Rugby.
Salmon and trout fishing is available on the world famous River Tweed which is just minutes from the Buccleuch Arms door. The season here is one of the longest, running from 1st February until the 30th November and with prior notice we can arrange a day's fishing and equipment hire.
The Buccleuch Arms is an ideal destination for those looking for a base for biking or cycling breaks in the Scottish Borders.
The Buccleuch Arms holds a very long tradition with the horse community, originally serving as a hunting lodge for The Duke of Buccleuch
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