4 based on 308 reviews
We visited this pub with our cocker spaniel on a Tuesday evening in a September. We arrived not long after evening opening time and the staff were very warm and welcoming. The food was slightly different to the normal food you might find in a village pub (e.g. I had a feta and spinach lasagne which was really tasty and filling and my wife and I shared cauliflower bombs to start which were fabulous). The bar accommodates dogs and there is a restaurant area for a more intimate (and dog free experience).The car park is relatively small but Paxton is a village where you should be able to find somewhere to park without too much trouble.There was a steady flow of customers throughout the evening but the staff were able to be attentive and accommodating during our visit. Would definitely recommend.
4 based on 76 reviews
Newly refurbished Bar Restaurant in the village of Greenlaw, Scottish Borders. With stylish decor and quality food and drink throughout the year. Food Service times: Lunches : 12.30 - 14.15 Evening Meals : 17.30 - 20.45 Sunday : 12.30 - 19.45
I know the title sounds unexciting but that's not what it means - pleasant in 'a pleasant change, a pleasant experience and a pleasant time'. No-one wants to hear the word 'nice'!! That really would be unfair to the Blackadder. Went with friends after a hectic weekend and very much an 'off the cuff/last minute' booking. The place is well presented (obviously had a makeover which has been well worth the investment) and the menu is exactly what you would expect - pub food and pub prices. No pretention to being anything else but don't let that stop you going! It's a varied menu, well presented, well served and our dished were, obviously, freshly cooked. Great service and relaxing after a busy weekend. All round, well worth another visit!
4 based on 118 reviews
Finally got to return 9 years on.Quirky pub and restaurant.Staff are really friendly.Food was delicious.Had black pudding scotch which was cooked to perfection, steak, then mango & passionfruit cheesecake which was just amazing.Great place to visit.
4 based on 208 reviews
Award winning restaurant. Local produce , 35 day matured beef, daily fish deliveries. Friendly, courteous & professional service. Large selection of single malt whiskies and wines by the glass.
3 courses for Â£20. First class food and service. You might consider it to be a bit out of way, but your visit will be well rewarded by the food.
5 based on 148 reviews
The Plough Inn Leitholm is a village inn offering comfortable well-equipped B&B, good pub food and drink, including real ales, gins, whiskies and a good selection of soft drinks in friendly, pleasant surroundings. Our coffee machine is 'on' from opening t
Just stayed overnight in this squeaky-clean, very comfortable inn, situated in a characterful small village about 6 miles from Coldstream. A very warm welcome,first-class dinner and excellent, hearty breakfast including lovely proper coffee, from husband-and-wife proprietors who have obviously put their heart and soul into the business. Must mention Fay who served our dinner and made the to-die-for Sticky toffee pudding and Bakewell tart. Very much âworth a detourâ and a great base for touring both sides of the Border. Cannot recommend too highly-and they were so nice to our dog-we stayed in the âHopeâ room which specially accommodated her and ourselves. You will not be disappointed bythis very personalised, high quality experience at an exceptionally fair price!
4 based on 203 reviews
We had a fabulously tasty meal here for my partners birthday on Monday evening. The service was excellent made even better by the lovely Steph who made us feel very welcome. My partner especially enjoyed the Hokey Pokey ( ice cream) lol.We are definitely returning on our next visit to the Boarders.
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