Posted: August 17, 2017

The Buccleuch Arms in St Boswells, located in the centre of the Scottish Borders, has undergone a considerable transformation since its beginnings as an Inn for the fox-hunting aristocracy of 1836. There are a range of comfortable ensuite bedrooms, an 85 seat function room, a private garden, the Blue Coo Bistrot, seating 30-40, a large bar with open fires and a relaxing lounge with a large open fire.

Food plays a very important part at The Buccleuch, offering locals and guests two distinct drinking and dining areas; the bar and the Blue Coo Bistrot. The menus are created using the finest local ingredients and offers a delicously different taste of the Borders. Open from 6.45am, the Blue Coo Bistrot offers a scrumptious breakfast menu plus take away bacon rolls and coffee. Lunch starts at 12 noon until 2.30pm and there is a light bite afternoon menu available. Dinner is served from 5.30pm. Eat in the bistrot if you like a relaxed contemporary feel. Eat in the bar if you like a cosy bar feel.