The Cross Keys

Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs, Features, Romance in Selkirk

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The Cross Keys

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Review

The Cross Keys in Ettrickbridge, under the capable stewardship of Rory and Vicki Steel, has transformed from a pub that was as weary as its many visitors, into a vibrant community centerpiece. Now modern and inviting, it serves as an ideal stop for the many walkers and cyclists traversing the extensive Lands End to John ‘O’ Groats route. The Steels offer not just a rejuvenated space but a warm welcome that reflects the heart of Scottish hospitality. Guests can find solace in the cozy, tastefully decorated rooms equipped with everything needed for a refreshing stay. The cuisine is another highlight, with dishes so compelling that many visitors, myself included, would gladly drive miles just for a meal. The Cross Keys is the epitome of what this book is all about and indeed a delightful fusion of traditional charm and contemporary comfort, making it a prized asset of the Scottish Borders.

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Contact Us

Main Street, Ettrickbridge, , ,
Selkirk, Scottish Borders , TD7 5JN

01750 52224

www.crosskeysinnettrickbridge.com

[email protected]

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The cross keys inn, Selkirkshire, Ettrickbridge, Selkirk, UK

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