Ednam House Hotel
The Ednam House Hotel has been under the management of the Brooks family since Ralph Brooks purchased it in 1928 and turned it into Kelso's first hotel. The hotel has 3 acres of gardens and 32 bedroom accommodations. Located on the bank of the river tweed, one can choose to have a room with a river view or stay in a standard room. Besides the more standard rooms, the hotel also offers a suite called The Orangerie, which is two superior rooms with it's own large private sitting room located on the first floor. The hotel's restaurant has a menu that changes daily. They serve traditional and modern Scottish cuisine. They produce most of their food in-house, such as freshly baked loaves of bread everyday as well as jams and marmalade seasonally. The bar lunch menu offers starters, such as risotto or soup, different varieties of sandwiches, like ham or smoked haddock, and main courses, such as beef stew or fish and chips, Monday through Saturday. The customer has a choice of the set dinner for 29.50 per person or ordering from a la carte. The usual dinner menu consists of dishes like a salad or fishcakes to start and then a second course such as fillet of smoked haddock. Tweed Valley rack of lamb and breast of chicken are only a couple of the choices that are likely to be seen on the dinner menu.
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