Cringletie House

Stunning luxury castle south of Edinburgh - Scottish Borders

Member since 2005

1 to 7 night stays
From £69 pppn for a 7 night stay
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£69 per night for a 7 night stay
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Cringletie House is a luxury boutique country house hotel, located just outside Peebles in the Scottish Borders. Previous winner of the coveted AA Hotel of the Year for Scotland, this is one of Scotland's very finest privately owned country hotels.

  • One of the finest hotels recently inspected by our team
  • Elegant luxury bedrooms
  • Just 30 minutes from Edinburgh, and yet close to stunning scenery
  • 28 acres of grounds to explore
  • Locally renowned restaurant

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Complimentary Champagne and Room Upgrade Date: 06 November 2019

Stay between the 7th November the 22nd of December 2019 & receive a complimentary bottle of Champagne and room upgrade (upgrade subject to availability on arrival & Champagne to replace welcome drink)  

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Luxury Castle Break

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Stay in a Suite and receive:

  • Stay before the 22nd of December & receive a complimentary bottle of Champagne and room upgrade (upgrade subject to availability on arrival & Champagne to replace welcome drink)  
  • Welcome drink on arrival (local beer, house wine, tea/ coffee, etc, value £5pp)
  • 3 course dinner for two on the first evening (£45pp allowance)  
  • Full Scottish breakfast for two daily 
  • Complementary late check out (subject to availability)   
  • For stays of 2 nights or more, receive £15 per room credit towards your favourite bottle of wine when having 3 courses from the dinner menu. This offer applies from the second night onwards.

1 night stay

Package Price: £124.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £249 per room

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2 night stay

Package Price: £219.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £439 per room

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3 night stay

Package Price: £313.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £627 per room

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4 night stay

Package Price: £406 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £812 per room

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5 night stay

Package Price: £498.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £997 per room

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6 night stay

Package Price: £603.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £1,207 per room

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7 night stay

Package Price: £708.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £1,417 per room

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Facilities at Cringletie House

Cringletie House is a luxury boutique hotel in the country, located just outside Peebles in the Scottish Borders.  

Visit Scotland has awarded the hotel with four gold stars, one of the very few hotels with such accolade in the Borders.

Located only 30 minutes south of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Airport, Cringletie offers an idyllic country retreat still within easy reach of the city.

Cringletie House
Cringletie House
  • 14 Bedrooms
  • Fishing
  • DVD in Rooms
  • Four Poster Bed
  • Children Welcome
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Satellite TV in Rooms
  • Internet Connection in Rooms
  • Dogs by Prior Arrangement

Home truths

  • Some are surprised to hear that the restaurant is on the first floor, but when you see the stunning room you'll see why, and don't worry about accessibility as the hotel has a lift servicing all floors.

Good to know

  • Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM

Parking Facilities

Free parking available on site.

Disabled Access

Cringletie is fully accessible for wheelchair users and offers disabled parking, lifts to all floors and a specially designed accessible room.

History of the hotel

Jacob and Johanna embarked on extensive renovations of the inside of the house, advised by Simpson and Brown architects in Edinburgh. They also started an ambitious programme to improve the grounds, including replanting woodlands, building woodland walks, and restoring the splendour of the historic walled garden.

The result of their work is the luxurious hotel you see today, combining the charm of the house's Victorian heritage with the comfort and convenience of the 21st century.

Note: To honour the history of the House and its inhabitants, the current tartan in the hall and staircase is a mixture of the Murray and the Sutherland tartans. It was created for us by McKay in Durham. The check is taken from the Murray tartan, the red line made a little softer and the blues and greens are derived from the Sutherland tartan.

Child Policy

Children are welcome at Cringletie House and stay free of charge on a bed and breakfast basis up to age 12.

Some Luxury rooms can accommodate 1 extra bed and Junior Suites up to 2 extra beds.

A children's menu is available in the relaxed environment of the bar and lounge; children's meals are also served in the Sutherland Restaurant.

Please call 0845 2871 007 to discuss requirements and check availability.

Within the hotel there are many games to enjoy including: board games, croquet, an outdoor chess set and a trampoline.

Nearby activities include walking, mountain biking canoeing, golf and fishing.

Dogs Policy

Dogs stay free and they are welcomed with a nice doggy biscuit!  The grounds are wonderful for a morning dog walk with plenty of rabbits to chase and the hotel will happily provide a water bowl on request. They also offer dogs their own special menu, blankets and cushions, dog box; doggie walks map plus a vet on call and a grooming service who can come to tender for all your treasured ones needs!  Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed in any public areas.

The Rooms at Cringletie House

Classic

Standard rooms come in a variety of styles and shapes and have beds varying from double to twin to superking. All have a seating area with settee or two tub chairs. 

Complimentary mineral water, Ipod docking station/alarm clock, Free WiFi
Flatscreen TV's, Individually controlled central heating, Bathrobes, Slippers
Arran Aromatics toiletries, Heated towel rail

Classic room, Cringletie House

Cringletie House - Classic room

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Luxury

The luxury rooms are larger and they also come in a variety of styles and shapes with beds varying in size from twin to superking. There is a seating area with a settee or two easy chairs.

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Luxury room, Cringletie House

Cringletie House - Luxury room

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Junior suite

These are the largest rooms in the House with spacious seating areas. In this category there includes: a superking four-poster room, a king half-tester room and a room with superking bed that can be twinned. 

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Junior room, Cringletie House

Cringletie House - Junior room

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Suite

Suite - with complimentary late check out and a wee dram for bedtime

Our finest room is the luxurious Selkirk Suite consisting of lounge, separate bedroom and large bathroom. The bed is king with a superb bed drapery. The bathroom has a double ended Jacuzzi whirlpool and separate Jacuzzi shower and a built in TV for the ultimate soak.  Enjoy a bedtime nip of whisky and a late 12 noon checkout when you book the Selkirk Suite.

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Suite room, Cringletie House

Cringletie House - Suite room

The Cottage

Private garden and decking with hot tub

After a day spent exploring the beautiful Borders what could be more relaxing than a soak in a hot tub? Ardean enjoys a private terrace with outside table and chairs, sun loungers and a large hot tub. Perfect for winding down on even the coldest of nights.

The cottage offers delightful views to the West, capturing the house, gardens, fields beyond and even a few highland cattle.

Light, bright and spacious, Ardean's open plan living space has comfy sofas.Tea and coffee making facilities are of course available.

The 2 double bedrooms offer king or twin beds and both have luxury en-suite bathrooms.  Bathrobe, slippers and the finest designer toiletries are provided.

The cottage is equipped with large flatscreen TV's and IPod 5 docking stations in the living area and both bedrooms. The cottage benefits from complimentary WiFi.

The Cottage room, Cringletie House

Cringletie House - The Cottage room

The Sutherland Restaurant

Situated in Cringletie House near Peebles, the Cringletie restaurant offers a spectacular setting for lunch or dinner.  The tall windows look out over the gardens and the hills beyond.  The original fireplace is a work of art as is the hand-painted ceiling of this room.

The restaurant offers lovely meals that change with the seasons; therefore, four different dinner menus each year and all dishes are prepared with local produce.

As the restaurant is only 30 minutes away from Edinburgh and Edinburgh Airport, it is the perfect gourmet getaway for city dwellers as well as visitors to the Scottish Borders.

Traditional Sunday Lunch is served from 12.00noon until 2.30pm each Sunday.

Dinner is served from 6.00pm until 9.00pm each day.

Tasty Sunday Tasting Menu is served on Sundays at 7.00pm.

Afternoon teas such as Traditional, Champagne, Glenkinchie, Scottish are served from 2.00pm to 5.00pm each day.


Opening Times

Breakfast
8am - 10am Daily
Lunch
12:30pm-2.30pm (Sundays)
Dinner
6:30pm - 9:30pm Daily
Afternoon Tea
12:30pm - 4:30pm Mon- Sat
3pm - 4:30pm Sundays
 


Sutherland Restaurant, Cringletie House

Sutherland Restaurant, Cringletie House

Cringletie House Location

Map & Directions

Address

Edinburgh Road
Peebles
Scotland
EH45 8PL

Free parking available on site.


How to get here

By Car

From Edinburgh/Edinburgh Airport

Via A720 (City of Edinburgh Bypass). Leave the Bypass for the A703 direction Biggar. At fork stay left for A703 to Peebles. Continue through Penicuik and Eddleston. Cringletie House sign board on the right hand side of the road.

From the Newcastle area:

Head for the A696 to Jedburgh. At Elishaw continue along the A68. Close to Melrose turn left onto A6061 direction Galashiels. At Galashiels take A72 direction Peebles. At Peebles roundabout turn right onto A703 direction Edinburgh. Cringletie House is signposted after 2 miles.

From the Carlisle area:

Take motorway M6/M74 direction Glasgow. Leave at exit 15 for Moffat, A701 scenic route to Edinburgh. At Drumelzier turn right onto B712 direction Peebles. Turn right onto A72. Through Peebles, at roundabout turn left onto A703 direction Edinburgh. Cringletie House is signposted after 2 miles.


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Location & Local Attractions

Cringletie is located just outside Peebles, in the Scottish Borders. Located only 30 minutes south of Edinburgh, Cringletie offers an idyllic country location within easy reach of the city.

Local Attractions

Peebles
Only 2 miles from Cringletie, Peebles in the Tweed Valley is one of Scotland's royal and ancient burghs. This pretty former county town is surrounded on all sides by beautiful countryside. It has many buildings of historical interest and is a bustling market town and holiday resort with an excellent high street renowned for its fine selection of thriving independent shops, bars, cafes and restaurants.

Scottish Borders
The real Scotland starts right at the border with England and stretches out up to Edinburgh. Even the scenery changes and the hazy blue peaks of the Cheviot and Eildon Hills. Wherever you travel here, you can be sure of a real Scottish experience.

Edinburgh
The capital city of Edinburgh has got it all. From the towering buildings in the medieval old town to the graceful and Georgian buildings of the lower new town, visitors are constantly surprised by its style and beauty.

Abbotsford House
ABBOTSFORD, the home of SIR WALTER SCOTT, Melrose, Scotland, Visitor Centre, House, Gardens are now open after a multi-million pound refurbishment

Rosslyn Chapel (Da Vinci Code)
Just 10 miles away from Cringletie is Rosslyn Chapel, famous worldwide for the beauty of its carvings and its aura of mystery. Rosslyn's fame has grown even greater in recent years, since it featured in Dan Brown's book, The Da Vinci Code, and the film of the same name.

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Cringletie House Reviews

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enjoyable break

Jacqueline B, Perthshire, stayed: October 2019

Lovely setting ,ample grounds for relaxing walks ,surrounding countryside beautiful.the food was memorable and staff and owners friendly and welcoming.really enjoyed our stay.

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Fabulous romantic and relaxing break

MM, Midlothian, stayed: October 2019

This was the second time we have stayed at Cringletie House, first time for two nights. From the moment we arrived until we left it was outstanding. We stayed in the Selkirk Suite which was beyond comfort. First time we have ever had a bath and watched TV at the same time . Dinner on both evenings was outstanding, even although it was the same menu on both nights there were plenty of options to choose from and the meals arrived on lovely warm plates. The full Scottish breakfast was one the best we have had and throughout our stay the staff were friendly and attentive without going overboard. The grounds are superb we thoroughly enjoyed our walk through the trail stopping off at the walled garden which was stunning. Will definitely be back

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Anon, stayed: September 2019

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Lovely stay, super helpful staff

Anon, stayed: September 2019

Beautiful rooms, wonderful food and a delightful setting. The staff couldn t have been more helpful when an elderly relative had a fall. A most enjoyable stay.

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Home from home

MJ, Staffordshire, stayed: August 2019

Absolute gem, excellent food and lovely room. v.quiet and relaxing hotel, great spot for touring the Scottish Boarders. We loved it !

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Excellent holiday break

Anon, stayed: July 2019

My husband and I had a lovely few days staying at Cringletie House Hotel. We could not fault it in any way.

My only suggestion would be a change in the menu each night, We stayed a couple of nights and it would have been nice to have had a change in the selection for each course on the second evening.

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Hot tub cottage

GW, Tyne and Wear, stayed: May 2019

Fantastic hotel with great staff who look after you throughout your stay. The cottage was the icing on the Cake.
Great Dinner and Breakfast. Looking forward to our next visit.

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Girls weekend

MB, Kincardineshire, stayed: May 2019

Here for girls night! Had a lovely afternoon tea, followed by a great dinner. Breakfast in the morning was lovely , all cooked to order. Two of our party, though , had a bit of a wait, due ,I think, to having a large party in ahead of us!
I am a wheelchair user - there was a lift to get up the 3 steps at the entrance hall. Our room was accessible with beds that rise electronically, shower had a fixed seat which would be fine except the controls are too far away. Ideal if my husband was there but didn t feel I could ask friend to help me turn it on! Grab rails at toilet , sink , mirror at wheelchair level!
Nice touches in room - small decanter of whisky, recliner armchairs, slippers, dressing gowns, automatic door.
My only , small ,quibble was bed could have been higher. Mentioned this on leaving and was told bed risers were available. As we intend to come back for two nights, I was assured these would be available!
Staff were lovely - efficient, helpful and generally very accommodating.
We will be back! Have booked for next year!

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