Dining eating out around Newcastleton

Eating in, or dining out there are lots of choices for lunches, bar meals or dining.

Yethouse has a fully equipped kitchen as well as a separate dining room.  If you are celebrating a special occasion and need inspiration we can help. We can suggest a romantic venue, or recommend a good  place for Sunday lunch or a cream tea!

We can sort catering if you want to put your feet up or pre order oven ready homemade suppers to just pop in the oven for a night off.  Our local chef Robin will be happy to prepare your menu for you, here are a few suggestions.

The village is is just down the hill offering a variety of eateries; hotels, cafés and a pub: further afield the choice widens.

Locally

  • Copshaw Kitchen homemade bakes and bites as well as a gift shop. Full dining menu available, must be book in advance.
  • Olive Tree, bakery and café Homemade pies, bread and bakes serving fresh food for eating in or take away.
  • The Grapes Hotel – dine in the bar or restaurant, food served till 9pm.
  • The Liddesdale Hotel – dine in the bar or restaurant, food served till 9pm.
  • The Trap (or known locally as the Dormouse) beer, wine and spirits, no food
  • Elliots the butchers – homemade quiche, pies; meat, savoury & sweet, fresh meat, poultry, eggs and small fruit & veg selection
  • Costcutters – village shop, has all the basics as well as newspapers and a small off license.
  • SPAR – new village SPAR which also hosts the Post Office open 7/7/7

Further afield Cafés

  • Turnbulls café in Hawick, also a bonded blender & dealer of fine whiskies.  Definitely worth a visit to see the vast array of blends on display as well as sampling the home-baked delights.
  • Damascus Drum Café & Bookshop behind the Heritage Hub in Hawick, tricky to find but well worth it when you do!
  • Truly Scrumptious, Langholm, quaint tearoom 40s style with real china cups & saucers to cake stands & menu.
  • Bessiestown Vintage Teas at Catlowdy – a must but need to book.Cream tea at Bessiestown
  • Pelosi’s Ice Cream Parlour, Langholm as well as Italian ices also serves food and bakes
  • Kielder Castle  – gallery, crafts and café
  • Falstone Old School Tea Room former Victorian School at Falstone, a small village between Bellingham/ Kielder.  Tearoom, Craft Gallery, Community Shop & National Park Information Point
  • The Meet at Denholm, café, restaurant and has an antiques centre above it.  Take the wallet.

Pubs & Restaurants

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