The subjects comprise a traditionally built town hotel of 15 letting bedrooms with bar and restaurant areas as well as a first floor function room. The property is constructed in stone with accommodation over two principal floors under a multi-pitched slate covered roof. The property has been extended to the rear with a two storey extension under a pitched slate covered roof.
The Queens Head Hotel is located on Bridge Street in Kelso just off the main square. Kelso is a very affluent market town located within the Scottish borders. The town lies within the country of Roxburghshire and sits on the junction of the Rivers Tweed and Teviot.
The area has many visitor attractions including Floors Castle, the largest inhabited castle in Scotland and home to the 10th Duke of Roxburgh, Mellerstain House and Gardens, Smailholm Tower and Harestanes. The area is also very well known for shooting, fishing and country pursuits. Kelso also benefits from a championship golf course and a race course.
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