**UPDATED 23.3.20 -  COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - Notice for our Guests and customers **

It is with much regret and sadness that following instruction from the First Minister and UK Government we have taken the difficult decision to temporarily close our doors. The bar, restaurant and our guest rooms will all be closed for at least 2 weeks and until we are advised it is safe to re-open. We will be contacting everyone who has a booking with us for arrival in the next two weeks and will re-assess on a continuous basis going forwards. Rest assured any deposits paid will be held for future stays. If you have any questions we'd kindly ask you to email us at info@traquairarmshotel.co.uk and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as we can.
We'd like to thank our many loyal customers and guests for sticking by us and we really look forward to welcoming you all back again in happier times in the not-too-distant future.
Best Wishes David, Jamie and the Team


The Traquair Arms Hotel sits on the edge of Innerleithen Village in the stunning Scottish Borders. The building itself is over 200 years old and is celebrated as being an important heritage site within the local area.

We have 16 beautiful en suite rooms, 2 self catering cottages on site and a traditional family and dog friendly bar. The restaurant and bar area are open for lunches from 12-2pm and in the evenings from 5pm, serving food until 9pm. Food is served all day on a Saturday and a Sunday.
The Traquair evening menu is packed with dishes made using locally sourced ingredients and the large specials board changes every few days offering a section of globally inspired dishes! Choose to eat outdoors in our much loved beer garden, loved by all who visit and is well known for its tranquil beauty. The Traquair Arms won best beer garden in 2008.

We offer our guests a cosy and traditional bar to relax in and play host to a large selection of locally brewed ales including Tempest and Traquair Brewery, located only 1 mile from the hotel. We also have an impressive whisky shelf, running the length of the bar, offering whisky from all over Scotland and Ireland.
The log stove is always burning in the colder months and on the evening of every second Thursday we open the doors to local musicians who host a traditional music night.

The local area is steeped in history and with the Southern Upland Way running right past the hotel, we're very popular with walkers and sightseers. The Tweed Valley is also known for being one of the best places for outdoor biking in the UK and we're often full up with guests taking part in a local sporting events.


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