A Scottish holiday retreat has joined The Great Inns of Britain.
The Horseshoe Inn at Eddleston becomes only the second Scottish property to join the exclusive collection of stylish, historic properties.
Situated just half an hour south of Edinburgh, the exclusive retreat is famous for its fine dining and is widely regarded as one of the finest places to dine in Scotland.
Located within a former blacksmith's smiddy, Bardoulet's Restaurant and informal bistro promise to offer 'imaginative, seasonal menus that combine the best of local Scottish produce with French influences'.
The new membership, which is by invitation only, was welcomed by Sir Thomas Ingilby, Chair and co-founder of the Great Inns of Britain.
'The Great Inns of Britain is delighted to welcome The Horseshoe Inn at Eddleston, as it becomes only our second Scottish member in the collection, joining The Royal Hotel.'
The Horseshoe Inn offers great surrounding for walking and cycling. Being close to the River Tweed, the area is also a treat for fishing enthusiasts.