Park Hotel, Peebles

Peebles Hotel
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ChainIndependent / Other
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Total meeting space
Guest rooms24
Innerleithen Road
Peebles EH45 8BA

Park Hotel, Peebles

Peebles Hotel
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Room features and guest services

  • Calls (Local)
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Garden)


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Wheelchair accessible

Venue accessible by

  • Bus

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Meeting rooms3

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms24
Single (One bed)4
Double (Two beds)20



Local Attractions

Mountain Biking

1 minute away
Mountain biking at Glentress Forest Glentress Forest has some of the best mountain bike trails in Britain, with routes to suit everyone from novice to pro. The centre backs on to the Peebles Hydro Estate – so you can get there in minutes, without going on the road. Bring your own bike, or hire one at our hotspot – they’ve got all the kit you might need. There are five trails in all. For experienced riders, the black trail will test your skills to the limit: 30km of steep climbs, long descents, fast singletrack and plenty of jumps. There are red, blue and green routes too, all with magnificent views of the Tweed Valley at convenient stopping points. Back at the visitor centre, you’ll find the bike wash, toilets and showers – as well as the Glentress Peel Café, to refuel after your exertions.
Forestry Commission Scotland
Glentress Forest
Peebles, GB EH45 8NB

Go Ape

1 mi. away
Just one hour away from Edinburgh, Glentress, located near Peebles, offers superb walking, mountain biking, tree-top fun and magnificent views of the beautiful Tweed Valley for the whole day out. Built on the hillside within beautiful Glentress Forest, Go Ape Peebles makes good use of the valley for some jaw-dropping exposure, and features our highest zip wire over the reservoirs.
Go Ape Peebles
Forestry Commission Scotland
Peebles, GB EH45 8NB

Peebles Golf Club

1 mi. away
The jewel in the Borders golfing crown, Peebles is a Harry Colt designed course and vibrant community club set in a beautiful location... Our recently refurbished family-friendly clubhouse matches the splendour of our course, offering stunning views across the town and beyond. We have a proud reputation as one of Scotland's leading junior clubs, fantastic new practice facilities and a top class PGA professional. Peebles is the perfect place to enjoy your golf, whether joining for life or visiting for a day...
Peebles Golf Club
Kirkland Street
Peebles, GB EH45 8EU


  • Complimentary parking
  • Street parking


Upcycled. Friendly. Local. From the moment you open the door, our quirky welcome is sure to spark your imagination. Discover upcycled bits and bobs from the March Street Mills, character packed spaces to enjoy our new bakery and butcher inspired menus, a vintage double decker bus and a gallery showcasing local artwork. A relaxed, welcoming place in the centre of Peebles to catch-up with friends for a bite to eat; or why not stay over and explore the Scottish Borders?

Additional information

Our story starts way back in 1881 when a man by the name of Henry Ballantyne built Minden House from the ground up. Henry was the brother of David Ballantyne, founder and owner of the March Street Mills – more about the Mills later. In the 1940s, local butcher, Mr Sinclair moved into Minden House and lived there happily with his family for many years. Since then, the Park has gone through a number of different owners until eventually, we took over the reins back in 2014. We’ve made some changes. Scratch that. We’ve made lots of changes. Taking inspiration and a selection of unloved odds and ends from the old Peebles March Street Mills (which was sadly forced to close for good back in 2015), we’ve turned these bits and bobs into something new and exciting, and the Park into Scotland’s first upcycled hotel. Thanks to the efforts of our Chief Upcycler and former Mill employee, Ann Napier, the history of the town’s textile industry is alive and well within our walls; welcoming you through our doors, hanging from our walls and cushioning you in our bar. Mill signage, spindles, spools, fabrics, even machinery – all finding new life and purpose. We’ve completely revamped all of our public spaces in an effort to make them exactly that – public. Our restaurant has a new look and, more importantly, an incredible new menu inspired by our history and Mr Sinclair. We’ve got a bakery filled with freshly baked artisan breads, sandwiches, pies and sweet treats, and even a public art gallery showcasing a combination of local talent and upcycled art projects.

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