Eating Out in Kelso
Come and sample our tasty menu, open from 8am, for a full Scottish breakfast, or a fresh from our oven scone.
From our daytime menu you can enjoy homemade soup, sandwiches, paninis, or baked potatoes and a daily special board.
We have a wide selection of delicious home baking to compliment our freshly brewed coffee.
With 14 years experience, you will always receive a warm welcome at Caroline’s.
Kelso TD5 7AA
T: 01573 226 996
Hours of opening:
8 am - 5pm Mon to Sat
Sunday opening throughout summer
Susan & Merv Turnbull
5a The Knowes
Kelso TD5 7BH
T: 01573 228 288
Located immediately to the right as you come out of Ednam House Hotel, Pharlanne offers a wide range of local and continental produce, sourced from Artisan producers. The fresh deli counter offers a mouth watering choice of cheeses and cured meats, along with freshly baked bread and all sorts of tantalising biscuits, fudges, chocolate.
13 Bridge Street
Kelso TD5 7H
T: 01573 229 745
Hours of opening:
Open All year
Seasons a family run independent coffee shop, serving Costa coffee alongside our cakes and pastries. We also serve, made to order filled Baps Croissants and Wraps.
We pride ourselves in the quality of our coffee which can be enjoyed whilst reading the papers (provided) and taking it easy or takeaway and relax in our picturesque square.
Monday to Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm
Award-winning restaurant set just off the Town Square. We serve an eclectic mix of British gastro-pub classics, Pacific Rim and modern European cuisine. We use the finest local produce and seasonal ingredients.
Warm and welcoming with character and atmosphere in abundance, a roaring log fire, fantastic food and real ales this is a great place to simply meet for a drink or to enjoy a relaxed gastro-pub lunch or evening meal.
Private dining/function room available for dinner parties or private functions.
7 Bowmont Street
Kelso TD5 7JH
T: 01573 223548
Monday to Saturday, 12noon - 2pm and 5.30pm - 11pm
On Sundays 12noon to 3pm and 6pm until 10pm
Situated in the centre of the town, The White Swan Inn, is the oldest remaining pub in Kelso.
A homely pub where you will always be made to feel extremely welcome.
As well as the many locals who regularly frequent the pub, many fishers and
shooters will be seen enjoying the real ale by the warmth of the real log fire.
Here you will find a warm and friendly welcome in this family run establishment. Whether looking for a relaxing holiday, weekend break, or a memorable meal, the Queens Head Hotel will provide you with the perfect setting.
We offer a choice of dining. either in our Restaurant or in the informal Courtyard Bar, as well as a choice of 13 en-suite bedrooms for those staying in the area.
The Waggon Inn, in Kelso, stands at the top of this charming historic border town, and a treat awaits within, with excellent fresh food offerings, pleasant service and great value for money.
The varied menu provides a wealth of dishes to cater for all, cosmopolitan creations from fresh local produce are delivered beyond expectations.
It has an added bonus of a Toddlers Playroom, to keep the little ones amused while you relax.