Once you’ve got your stay at SCHLOSS Roxburghe booked, you can look forward to the best part: planning your time here. There’s a lot of fun activities at the hotel for you to try – from the Championship golf course
, to fly fishing, to country sports
and more. That’s not even to mention the fine dining and ways to relax too. You’re already spoilt for choice,
If you’re keen to explore the wider region, why not start with Kelso – a five minute drive away. Built in the early 18th century, the listed Floors Castle is the seat of the Duke of Roxburghe and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the region. Kelso is also home to the ruined Kelso Abbey as well as a number of other historic buildings dotted around the pretty market town. From September through to May, Kelso Racecourse brings horse racing fans from around the country to the town. Kelso is also the place where the River Tweed & River Cheviot have their confluence – perfect for those who love to spend their time by the water.