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The Queenshead is a small family run hotel.We are continualy upgrading and renovating the hotel.we have lots of repeat loyal customers.We have taken out a membership free of charge to our guests, at the local fitness centre to add to our ongoing improvements for your stay.The Queens head is located just off the main town centre and was a former coaching inn,2 minutes walk from the river Tweed and 5 minutes drive to the local golf courses and Kelso race course. we continue to strive to meet your expectations whilst not perfect we try.
All reviews homemade chips hot stone battered haddock dinner on saturday night king prawn starter bottled water would recommend this hotel to anyone rooms are clean and comfortable great place to eat my elderly mother street parking booked a table breakfast was included great bathroom cobbled street tea and coffee making facilities stayed for one night
Called in on the off chance of a table on a busy Saturday night ... excellent value and good wholesome food. Attentive service too from friendly waitresses . Great choice of gins available at excellent prices . Thank you x
We went for Dinner on Saturday night with family and the bar was busy great atmosphere the meal was lovely plenty on the plates and the food was excellent service by the girl was excellent think her name was Chloe
We had the opportunity to go in to the pub and have lunch on our first day in Kelso the food was very tasty the service was friendly and quick the atmosphere was chaotic and loud on a Sunday afternoon during rugby and football season...More
Rooms over the bar are extremely noisy and best avoided at weekends. Loud juke box playing until 1am kept us awake. Minor repairs are needed (the door lock was difficult and ready to break, and the bathroom fan was broken).
Let me start by saying that the poor review is based on one dish, and more importantly the poor response to it. Firstly, the bright points; we had a fish cake starter, a chicken goujon starter, a breaded mushroom starter, a fish cake main course...More