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Overview

An intimate castle hotel near Edinburgh in the beautiful Scottish Borders. Former Scottish Baronial castle, Cringletie located near Peebles is approached via a winding single track road where an air of tranquillity descends. A pretty, pale pink sandstone building with large original, astragalled sash windows and romantic turrets.

The current house was designed and built by famous Scottish architect David Bryce in 1861 as a private dwelling for the Wolfe Murray family and it still breathes that same "welcome home" feeling that is so characteristic of a Scottish family mansion. As was customary in the bygone days, the house sits in some 28 acres of grounds and woodlands.

One of the main internal features of the house is the hand painted ceiling in the Sutherland Room. The painting was created in 1902 to commemorate the marriage between George Sutherland and Elizabeth Wolfe Murray. This was originally the drawing rom but now the main restaurant of Cringletie House. The restaurant overlooks the peaceful surrounding gardens and countryside, and menus reflect the market, the garden, the sea and the seasons.
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Opening hours

7pm - 9pm daily and Sunday Lunch

What we love

  • Restaurant with rooms (Hotel)
  • Relaxed dining
  • Fine dining

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