Welcome to the Plough Hotel, Yetholm
The Plough Hotel,occupying a prominent site in the centre of picturesque Town Yetholm, seven miles south of Kelso (B6352), offers comfortable accommodation and a congenial atmosphere. The hotel's situation makes it the natural centre of social life in the village with a log fire, real ale and home cooking.
The five bedrooms have all recently been upgraded to a high standard under the personal supervision of the proprietors Andrew and Diane Hay.
The Plough, in common with many of the cottages in the historic centre of Town Yetholm, is officially listed and protected as a building of architectural importance. The present main building is late 18th century to early 19th century, remodelled and extended late 19th to early 20th centry. However, history suggests there is every likelihood of an earlier inn on this site long before the 18th century.
One documentary source (circa 1860) describes the Plough as "a nice respectable country Inn and the first house of entertainment in Town Yetholm, where there is good accommodation for travellers and suitable stabling for horses." Nowadays, car parking for guests is in front of the hotel building, off the road side.