If you grabbed your other half’s hand and jumped into a magical picture book, you’d probably end up in a town that looked like Peebles.
With its winding blue river, historic buildings and rolling greenery, it’s a peaceful spot to unwind in for a night or two.
Today’s Big Deal offers you the chance to explore the Scottish Borders from the base of a landmark hotel, with treats like a fizzy cream tea and scrumptious chocolates included.
The Tontine is a multi award-winning, family-run residence known for its traditional Borders hospitality.
Many of the comfy ensuite bedrooms have views of the River Tweed. All have a TV, free WiFi, phone, hairdryer and hospitality tray.
Guests have a choice of two restaurants: the elegant Adam Room or the relaxed Bistro.
Available until the 31st March, the Big Deal is for two people to stay for one or two nights in a twin or double room, including a full Scottish breakfast.
You will also get lovely perks like two homemade chocolates each to scoff and a Prosecco cream tea.
Dogs are welcome for a supplement and will love the riverside walks.
Explore the beautiful Borders
Peebles has plenty of nice shops and cafes, plus the historic towns of Melrose and Jedburgh are nearby. Glentress Forest mountain bike centre and beautiful Edinburgh are also within easy reach.
This would be a great getaway for anyone who enjoys golfing, cycling or fishing, all of which the hotel can arrange for you.
The Tontine has bagged itself a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence based on brilliant reviews like these:
‘Absolutely fantastic for facilities, food and, most importantly, for guest support by all staff. Highly recommended.’
‘It was every bit as lovely as we hoped it would be. The staff are welcoming without being over the top and everything is run and maintained efficiently.’
Escape to pretty Peebles
Whether you want a relaxing break or an outdoor adventure trip, the Scottish Borders has plenty to offer you.
So why not unwind in the Tontine Hotel for a night or two and enjoy delicious perks like a sparkling cream tea and homemade chocolates?