Friday, 26 August 2016

www.aroundaboutbritain.co.uk The Wheatsheaf Hotel & Restaurant, Swinton, Berwickshire, Scottish Borders

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The Wheatsheaf Hotel & Restaurant, Swinton, Berwickshire, Scottish Borders
The Wheatsheaf Hotel & Restaurant offers comfortable accommodation, award wining cuisine in a stunning location within the Berwickshire village of Swinton. 
This area has beautiful countryside and is ideal for a selection of outdoor activities and for exploring the Scottish Borders and north Northumberland. 
The award winning restaurant serves locally sourced ingredients. The menus reflect the very best of seasonally available local produce and bring about a fusion of modern and traditional culinary styles. In winter, chase away the gloom with venison, woodcock, pheasant, duck and partridge in rich casseroles and glossy jus. As the evenings lighten so does our menu, our chef's creative flair create a true celebration of summer. 

Alternatively you can enjoy a relaxed meal in the traditional bar which has a log fire, comfortable seating and selection of beverages.

Outside there is a garden area with seating which is ideal for those long Summer days.

The hotel is the ideal setting for any special occasion or business meeting. There are several areas available for exclusive hire.

The Scottish Borders has a colourful past which belies its serene landscape. The many stately homes, haunting castles and four magnificent abbeys are testament to its rich and occasionally turbulent history. 

Around About Britain offers you a directory of accommodation and places to eat and drink throughout Britain. We offer self catering, bed and breakfasts, guest houses, pubs and inns, hotels, hostels and camping & caravan sites throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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