If you’re looking for a hotel in Duns, look no further than The White Swan Hotel.
Close to The Stone Wall Gallery (2.2 mi), a popular Duns landmark, The White Swan Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
The White Swan Hotel is a hotel offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a lounge, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Duns. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you like cafes, The White Swan Hotel is conveniently located near Baytree Cafe and Hugo's.
The staff at The White Swan Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The staff at the white swan could not have been more friendly or attentive, from check-in to meal times. They serve traditional pub food which was delicious. Support places like this! Not everything is about new fancy hotels!
Staying in a cottage locally so thought we'd give this a try for our meal on arrival. Lots of locals at the bar. Friendly. We plumped for haggis bon bons(who'd have thought it!?)but they were really good. We chose chicken tikka masala for our mains. Again, very tasty. Not expensive. Friendly service.
Popped in for lunch as we wanted to watch the play off finals! Great communication before the game to let us know it would be on and that kids were welcome. The pub itself is tiny and cosy. It was busy so we ate in the restaurant. Food was terrific and at about £9 per head it was good value for money. We moved into the lounge and chatted with the friendly bar staff and locals. No fuss. No nonsense. Would definitely go back.
Stayed at the white swan hotel for one night and really enjoyed it! Yes the room could do freshen up but it was comfortable and clean and had all the facilities I needed. The staff were AMAZING, really helpful and friendly. I’m vegetarian and even though the veggie brekkie doesn’t come with a veggie sausage they especially went and got me one. Also had dinner here and that was tasty and a good portion. Would 110% stay here again. If you want 5star then go pay 5star money but this was great for the price.
The hotel is old and what some might call quaint. Its very tired. The rooms are basic and need upgrading. Our room (6) had a sloping floor. As a consequence the wardrobe wobbled, the bedside tables and bed sloped. When you put something on the tables it started to slide (dangerous for cup of hot tea), and when in bed you were on a slope and both rolled to the same edge. This could be rectified by putting a wedge of wood or something under the legs.... The en-suite was up some stairs, through a freezing cold room to a bathroom. Hot water and shower - yes. Style? None. Free parking was good. The food was good and the most redeeming aspect were the staff; who were friendly, cheerful and polite. If you wish to visit this area you may struggle to find any hotels or B&B's near to Duns, but if you can, you might want to look elsewhere…