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The Cross Keys provides a warm and friendly welcome to its guests and excellent service from attentive, friendly staff. The hotel is an ideal centre for business or pleasure situated in a peaceful corner of Scotland, yet still within easy reach of Edinburgh and Newcastle. The hotel is in the heart of Kelso’s picturesque French-styled cobbled square. The present hotel was built in 1769, but in other forms, a Cross Keys Hotel has occupied the site since the earliest days of Scottish Coaching Inns. Today, the hotel provides a comfortable and convenient base to explore all that Kelso and the Scottish Borders has to offer. So, whether it's a relaxing break or an action-packed holiday that you are looking for, the Cross Keys can be enjoyed by all.
All reviews key fob fish and chips town square generous portions reception staff three course meal staff could not have been more main course sunday lunch evening meal an overnight stay first class scottish borders wedding venue the main square lovely room stayed for one night
we booked here for a 3 night weekend break. The room was clean & had the basics that you need. A settee near the TV looked like a great asset but we discovered it was a bit old and lumpy. A buffet breakfast on Saturday...More
we were given room 301 on the 3rd floor.
although clean, and according to the fire escape notice, the biggest room on that floor ! we were surprised that due to the obvious lack of customers, and it being a thursday night, that we weren't...More
The 2nd year my car club have met at the Cross Keys hotel,everyone enjoyed the food last year,so i booked it again for this year,and once again everyone was pleased with the lovely food and lovely friendly staff,if back in Kelso again next year then...More
We booked a 2 night stay to coincide with a race meeting. The room rate was reasonable and the room (101) overlooking the square was light, clean & airy with lots of space. The décor would benefit from update but on the whole the room...More
Due to flight delays I arrived a cold wet vacationer at 2.45am. This was not a problem the porter was there to greet me. Food was superb especially the haggis stuffed chicken with pepper sauce. If I am lucky enough to visit Kelso and the...More