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Welcome to Broomfield House Bed and Breakfast.  We are a 3-star accredited B&B, with the added award of Gold star status.  We are situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders.

A warm welcome awaits you from Stuart, Sylvia and Tracey McIver on your arrival at Broomfield House. 

Built in 1845, Broomfield House is a traditional stone built Scottish home, conveniently situated in the Border's village of Earlston. 

Broomfield House Bed and Breakfast caters to families and groups, walkers, cyclists, fishermen and golfers.

We have limited, private, off-street parking at the rear of the property.  There is also plentiful, free on-street parking in the immediate vicinity of Broomfield House. 

We also welcome well-behaved dogs,  with a charge of £5 per dog per night.

Packed lunches are available by prior arrangement.


We offer free, super-fast, fibre-optic wi-fi throughout the house.

Earlston (originally known as Ercildoune) is a bustling small village set in the heart of the Scottish Borders. Famously known as being the home of 'Thomas the Rhymer', a 13th century poet and prophet. 

Earlston is 33 miles south of Edinburgh along the convenient A68, and is within very close driving proximity to the Borders towns of Melrose, Kelso, Duns, Peebles, Jedburgh and Lauder, to name just a few.  Set around  a mature pretty village green, Earlston is able to offer all conveniences, including 3 pubs (one of which serves meals), The Tea Cosy Coffee and Book Shop; Fine Things boutique shop (antiques, furniture and gifts); A Bakehouse Bakery; Donaldson's Specialties Butcher; The Spud Shed (a local fruit and veg shop selling fresh produce and plants); Rhymers coffee-shop/restaurant (next door to the petrol station on the A68), Alfonso's fish-and-chip take-away, a pharmacy, a convenience shop, a sweet shop, hairdressers, an art gallery and a bank atm.    There is a petrol station with a Co-Operative store and an atm machine on the main A68.

There are regular buses available from Earlston Main Square to most destinations in the area, including Edinburgh and Berwick.  There is also a local taxi firm.  Earlston is a convenient stopping point for ferry travellers visiting Scotland from Newcastle and Hull, whether at the start of the holiday, or on the way back to Europe on the ferry.

So, whether you are visiting Earlston on business, or enjoying visiting friends and family, shooting, fishing, walking, cycling, playing golf, or just touring the Scottish Borders, you can be assured that Stuart, Sylvia and Tracey will be on hand at all times to assist you in getting the most out of your stay in the Borders.

Planters in the parking area at the back