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Mosspaul Inn

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A warm welcome awaits you at this historic and well known Borders landmark. Peacefully situated in the Teviot Hills yet immediately adjacent to the A7 Historic Borders Route to Edinburgh, Mosspaul with its comfortable rooms and excellent food is your ideal country retreat.

Nestling in the glorious Border countryside of the Teviotdale Hills on the A7 between Langholm and Hawick, Mosspaul has a long and interesting history of providing warm Scottish hospitality to travellers between England and the North of Scotland. Set in an area renowned for its opportunities for walking, fishing, shooting, stalking and other country pursuits, Mosspaul has been substantially renovated since 2002. Whether you are looking for an active holiday or just a relaxing break in the country at Mosspaul we can assure you of high quality rooms, excellent food in our stylish bistro type restaurant and the warmest of welcomes

Mosspaul has five en-suite bedrooms - two doubles, a twin and a family suite consisting of two rooms with a double and two single beds, and a twin room specifically designed to be accessible by disabled guests.


Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Star Restaurant with Rooms

Price per Room:

Double: From 59.50
Twin: From 59.50
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