Family Owned and Operated
The Lauderdale Hotel is a family owned and operated hotel located in the Royal and Ancient Burgh of Lauder on the A68 just 25 miles south of Edinburgh. Situated in large private gardens, the hotel offers guests a warm and welcoming base to explore the many attractions and activities available in the Scottish Borders whilst being close enough to the nations capital to explore all that Edinburgh has to offer.
Originally built in the late 19th century the Lauderdale Hotel is the oldest continually operating hotel in the area, having started life as a ‘Temperance House’ and is just one of a number of historic buildings in the immediate area.
Easily reached from both Edinburgh airport to the North and Newcastle airport to the South the hotel is also a stones throw from the new Borders railway station at Stow, a little over five miles away. Taxi transport can be arranged through the hotel with a trusted local business that provide excellent rates to our guests. The Hotel is also situated on the Southern Upland Way and regularly welcomes walkers on the route.
Versatile Base to Explore the Borders
The hotel offers a range of comfortable and well appointed rooms for single, double and family occupancy. The public spaces in the hotel offer a choice of comfortable lounge bar with open fire, and a bistro area with large screens and dart boards. There is also a small and comfortable residents lounge should you wish to relax in privacy.
Catering to Everyones Tastes
The Lauderdale Hotel kitchen offers excellent Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner menus, freshly prepared using locally sourced ingredients and is open daily to residents and non residents alike. There is also a large function suite and private dining room available for functions of any size and a marquee option is also available should your event require more space.
The hotel will be glad to advise you on local attractions and activities during your stay or even to organise shooting, fishing, mountain biking or walking experiences at your request.