Ravelaw

01890 870207
Ravelaw
Duns
TD11 3NQ
Ravelaw bed and breakfast is a friendly and welcoming guest house in the Scottish borders, and offers you a peaceful location to enjoy and relax on your holiday. Ravelaw is also in an idyllic spot for sightseeing, golfing, cycling, walking, and shooting breaks in season.

All the guest bedrooms at Ravelaw Guest House have a distinctly rural Victorian feel and offers very comfortable accommodation at a reasonable cost.

The house itself is a very spacious early Victorian country house. The rooms are comfortable, clean and each has their own en suite bathroom facilities along with uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside.

When you arrive you will have a warm friendly welcome from Rosemary Gaston the owner who provides you with the finest and varied breakfast menu there is to offer in the Borders including:

Full Scottish Cooked Breakfast comprising of Bacon, Sausage, Egg, Mushrooms, Tomato, Fried Potato Bread
Smoked Salmon, Scrambled Egg, Tomato
Omelette (Cheese/Ham/Tomato)
Crumpet Topped with Egg & Bacon
Bagel with Cream Cheese & Bacon/Salmon
Boiled/Poached/Scrambled Egg
Or any combination of the above
Toast, Oatcakes, Homemade Preserves, Tea & Coffee

If you have any special dietary requirements, remember to arrange this in advance of your stay.

The dining room is a bright, airy and elegantly decorated dining room with original features and beautiful views of the wonderful countryside that surrounds it.

Ravelaw is situated close to Paxton House and Manderston House, as well as the lovely towns of Duns and Berwick Upon Tweed. All are must see places to visit while you find yourself in the area.

The accommodation in Ravelaw comprises of the Family Room, which is freshly decorated, is en suite and has two windows which provide spectacular views of the countryside. This room has one double bed, and one single bed.
The double room is a bright and airy room with en suite bathroom with original features and again has two windows that look out onto the spectacular countryside.