`What we love most about our home in the heart of Kelso,
is who we share it with`
Cosy yet spacious, bright and tasteful.
All our rooms have en-suite facilities and everything you’ll need for a comfortable stay.
We are at the heart of the famously cobbled town of Kelso. On the northern bank of the River Tweed, Kelso is surrounded by gently rolling forest hills and rich farmlands. Quite simply a stunning place - it is hard to beat.
Kelso has a great selection of independent retailers with everything from chic boutiques and traditional sports equipment to smart outfitters and pretty gift shops. It also has a wide range of wonderful places to eat and drink.
Breakfast is a vital meal. Ours is simple, tasty, freshly cooked and on the generous side.
Go full Scottish or try something lighter. Please let us know if you have special requirements.
“We had an amazing stay at Inglestone House. The welcome was warm, the breakfast was fab and Colin and Lisa were so friendly”Peter and Janet Richmond Maidstone, Kent
Originally from Northumberland just 60 scenic miles away, we made Inglestone House our new home in the spring of 2014.
A long standing love affair with the beautiful countryside and dramatic history of the Borders brought us to the town to realise the dream of running our very own B & B. We had been searching for that “lifestyle” change for some time and were lucky enough to find it here in Kelso. Numerous family holidays with our two boys, walking and exploring the surrounding area, made this a familiar place and with so much to do and incredibly friendly locals we can’t quite believe our luck at living here.
We are new to the B & B industry having only ever been very willing guests on our own adventures. We always enjoyed staying in beautiful places with history, charm and friendly hosts who were so happy to make our stay a special one. We’ve always enjoyed the informality and the comfort provided by good B & B’s and that is what we endeavour to deliver at Inglestone House.
Colin has a background in Mechanical Engineering and currently commutes to Newcastle for work in the pharmaceutical industry. But he’s looking forward to being in Kelso full time in 2015. Colin is kept very busy at weekends with lots of maintenance jobs and is ‘in training’ in the breakfast room where he can often be found chatting with our guests.
Lisa (that’s me) has a background in Early Years, having spent the last 15 years working for Northumberland County Council and latterly at Children’s charity as a Family Support Worker. She is ably assisted in running this rather large town house by her youngest son, Jack.Booking & Prices