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Traquair House

Lived in by the Stuart family since 1491, it is Scotland's oldest inhabited house.

Innerleithen, Peeblesshire, EH44 6PW

Traquair House, Innerliethen

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You are welcome to stay at Traquair House.

There are three spacious double bedrooms furnished with antique furniture, canopied beds, private bathrooms and central heating. Available on a “bed and breakfast” basis.

Honeymoon Couples are particularly welcome for overnight stays, and receive a complimentary bottle of Traquair’s own French sparkling wine.

The Pink Room is a luxurious suite on the first floor of the house over looking the maze. Originally Lord Traquair’s room, it contains an 18th century trompe l’oeil over the fireplace.

The Blue and White Rooms are in the late 17th century wing of the House, on the ground floor, adjacent to the Lower Drawing Room, where guests can relax in the evening in front of an open fire.

The Blue Room looks onto Cupid’s Garden while the White Room has excellent views up to the Bear Gates.

Contact us:

Gillian Steele,

gillian@traquair.co.uk

01896 830323

 

 

01896830323

Accessibility
  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Accessible parking
  • Large font signs and leaflets
  • Wheelchair ramps/routes
  • Accessible toilets
  • Access statement available
Visit the house's website
for the latest information.