If you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Kelso, look no further than Bellevue Guest House Bed and Breakfast.
Roxburgh Castle (0.1 mi), located nearby, makes Bellevue Guest House Bed and Breakfast a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Kelso landmark.
As your “home away from home,” the bed and breakfast rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage while staying at Bellevue Guest House Bed and Breakfast. In addition, Bellevue Guest House Bed and Breakfast offers free breakfast, which will help make your Kelso trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a pub, consider a visit to The Cobbles - Freehouse & Dining, The Tipsy Ghillie, or The Queens Head Hotel, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Bellevue Guest House Bed and Breakfast.
If you are interested in exploring Kelso, check out an architectural building, such as Kelso Abbey.
The staff at Bellevue Guest House Bed and Breakfast looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We booked last minute the week before going. price was OK considering we were allowed to take our 🐕 with us. We arrived early so Graham the owner gave us a map and pointed out a nice walk by the river to pass the time. we ended up spending all our time at the cobby walk during our stay. The room was pleasant and suited the building, the shower room was just the right size .toiletries were included in the room. The hot breakfast was locally sourced and my husband loved it,I was happy to have yogurt and toast as part of the continental breakfast. Graham was full of local information about nearby walks and pubs that allowed dogs.
The personal care was one of the best we've ever had. It was realy hard to drive away from Bellevue House today. The town of Kelso is nice, we loved the walks at the both rivers most. It is a good place for recreation from work in a big city.
Graeme and Hilary are fantastic hosts. Room was spotless✅Breakfast excellent ✅ Ideally located to Floors Castle, where went to see Michael Buble ✅ If your thinking of venturing down to the Scottish Borders you won’t be disappointed. We visited Melrose, and Jedburgh as well ✅🏴
Graham was so helpful. I was looking for the home of an ancestor. I came back in the evening and found a map under my door. Graham's friend had stopped in for coffee and he asked about the home! The room had everything I needed, but I did not spend a lot of time there. A recommendation for dinner in town was very tasty. And of course, the breakfast was terrific, too.
Second time here love this place, Graham and Hilary are wonderful hosts, really make you feel welcome.The rooms are beautifully designed to suit the period of the house,and I can't fault the breakfast,it's amazing locally sourced food and some from afar,but to cooked to perfection,if you don't try them your sadly missing out,makes Kelso more wonderful to stay in
I had a (too) short stay with Graham & Hilary whilst on a bike trip to the Scottish borders. Although I had ideas where I wanted to visit my hosts (both bikers) had suggestions for interesting routes & detours. The room was clean & comfortable and the breakfasts delicious. Only a short walk from the town centre, slightly longer if you take the riverside walk which is well worth doing.
This B&B is well situated for the town, has parking and visitors are warmly greeted by the hosts. But entering the bedroom was like travelling back in time by about 30 years. There was a musty smell and some of the furniture was dusty. The facilities were adequate but the furnishings were dowdy and the room was crowded with too much furniture (the wardrobe door could not be opened without moving a chair). There was an adequate choice at breakfast and portions were hearty.
We stayed here on our way back from Scotland. On a positive note I have to agree with other visitors and say the hosts are very helpful, friendly, nice people. The breakfast was very good and it's true, nothing is too much trouble. The rooms are adequate abd I have to agree with another reviewer they are full of furniture and other stuff. If it had a good clear out it would look better and there would be more space. Having said that it wouldn't stop me staying there again as it's good value for money and a decent place to stay .
After driving 9 hours was looking forward to our pre booked evening meal , on arrival owner said sorry he forgot and would rustle up something on his wife’s return . Which ended up just freezer food nothing fresh and not very tasty , Went to our room to find white sheets covered in grit and furniture dusty ! Very disappointed after reading such good reviews. Ordered a picnic box for next day , very basic crisps bread roll cheese and tomatoe and some not so fresh fruit . Won’t be back .
Hilary and Graham are great hosts, who go out of their way to provide all you need in a Kelso guest house, from a very comfortable bed, to a perfect, locally sourced breakfast (you pre-order the day before so it’s freshly cooked for your choice of time); and a bit of pleasant chat. Even the porridge was locally milled - and delicious! I liked that they laid out boxes of ‘different’ tea bags on the landing to help yourself from. In anticipation of booked up local places for our evening meals, we’d asked for recommendations - so had pre-booked, and their suggestions were excellent, all within a ten minute walk into the town centre. On a beautiful, sunny late afternoon, it was lovely to stroll down to the river less than 5 minutes away to find a bench from which to watch the river’s reflections change, the geese and ducks, a man doing yoga, and even a swimmer.…