The Craw Inn

Historic Inn in Auchencrow, Borders

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Auchencrow
Auchencrow
Borders
Scotland
TD14 5LS

The Craw Inn, Auchencrow

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A friendly village inn dating from 1680. Our award winning restaurant makes good use of local produce and has a wine list of over 50 wines to choose from. Great real ales are served in our traditional bar (CAMRA Borders Pub of the Year 20082009).The Craw Inn is a great location for outdoor pursuits; 5 miles from the beach for surfing and diving, several golf courses are nearby and it is ideal for exploring the Scottish Borders for country walks and fishing.Visitors can drive to Edinburgh in under an hour.

 3 star rating

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