De Vere Barony Castle (Scottish Borders) Reviews
Newest Review: ... view was amazing, golds, reds and yellows in the foreground with rolling hills in the background and the setting sun just placing an unreal eeriness on the whole place. The silence was equally staggering, you are very much isolated here, an odd feeling in itself when I am used to city hustle and bustle but I know people love tranquillity. Sometimes being contained in a cosy country retreat is idyllic and I hoped Barony's Castles facilities would live up to the job of making this a perfect getaway. "Prepare to meet thy maker" Ahh I hear the Dooyoo reader cry now we're getting to the reason for these ghostly references she keeps ... more
Customer De Vere Barony Castle (Scottish Borders) Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/10/09 (Very useful, 589 readings)
Living in Scotland can be quite an attraction for our English relatives and last weekend my boyfriends parents came up to stay and we decided to do a bit of touring. In light of the current employment, or lack of, situation my boyfriends mum and dad obviously felt we were in need of a bit of TLC and insisted I take some time off work and come with them. My boyfriends mum is also a bit of a bargain hunter and managed to bag us a stay in Barony Castle on Saturday night with dinner, bed and breakfast for the princely sum of £0. Amazing I know! With this in mind you would expect me to be lulled into writing a glowing review, surely that is the reason behind such ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/08, updated on 20/01/10 (Very useful, 708 readings)
We have been fortunate enough to stay in this wonderful hotel several times now and thought we would like to review it so that anyone who is considering a visit to the borders, or who is maybe planning a journey to Scotland from the south could benefit from what we have discovered. We first stayed there in April about three years ago when our daughter was working on a hill farm nearby delivering lambs and it was the first time she had done this in her vet training, so we thought we would visit her and tour around the area. We found the hotel by looking on the website dedicated to De Vere's which you can find at: ... Read the complete review
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