Bedrule Old Manse

With its history and rural situation, set in mature gardens, Bedrule Old Manse B&B offers comfortable accommodation in a relaxing setting. Whether on holiday exploring the Scottish Borders or travelling on business you will find the perfect retreat with us at Bedrule Old Manse. Our peaceful, well-appointed room and gardens will be sure to make you feel right at home in the heart of the Scottish Borders.

Dating from 1794, Bedrule Old Manse is situated on the Border Abbey Way, the 68 mile circular walk linking the four 12th century ruined abbeys of Melrose, Dryburgh, Jedburgh and Kelso.

Bedrule Old Manse has been tastefully refurbished to offer flexible accommodation for couples and families wishing to explore the treasures of the Scottish Borders while staying in the peace and quiet of the countryside.

The Hallsworth Suite and the McAllister Room are en suite double rooms with garden river views. The Robertson Room is a flexible triple room (or double and single) and can be taken with either the Hallsworth Suite or the McAllister Room and share the en suite facilities. This combination will accommodate up to five guests travelling together.

Dogs and horses are welcome at Bedrule Old Manse; however, dogs are not allowed in the bedrooms. We have an adjacent field for horses and ample parking for transport.

On site we can offer trout fishing in the Rule Water, woodland walks and have two 18-hole golf courses nearby at Minto and Jedburgh. 

As well as local country walks and pursuits, Bedrule Old Manse is ideally situated for exploring the historic towns of Jedburgh, Hawick, Kelso, Melrose, Selkirk and Galashiels and visiting Floors Castle, Thirtlestane Castle, Mellerstain House, Manderston House, Paxton House and Abbotsford.

At Bedrule Old Manse B&B, we aim to offer a personal service and make you feel as welcome and comfortable as you do in your own home.