Kirkhouse Inn - Kirkhouse Inn
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Kirkhouse Inn description
Originally built in 1601 as a stables and tavern, the Kirkhouse Inn has undergone several transformations and has had it’s fair share of scandals and hidden treasures. And the sighting of a ghostly aberration!
Having recently undergone refurbishment, the 15 bedroom Kirkhouse boasts a beautiful and contemporary decor with a unique dining experience – but still retaining the atmosphere and feel of five centuries of history.
It was the scene of secret correspondence between King James VI of Scotland and Queen Elizabeth I of England that eventually led to the Union of the Crowns.
A lot has happened since but the only secrets to be found now are in the restaurant and the whisky bar with plenty of treasures to enjoy!
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