With seven luxury ensuite bedrooms, and an adjoining additional eighth bedroom, the Hope Scott Wing is the perfect accommodation for up to 16 guests.
Grand four-poster ensuite bedroom
Four luxurious double or twin ensuite bedrooms
A deluxe fully accessible suite
A sumptuous bedroom with queen-size adjoining bedroom
Special arrangements can be made for two extra children's beds.
All the bedrooms are individually styled and named after family members or distinguished guests of the Hope Scott's, including Queen Elizabeth II’s aunt, Princess Alice, who was a regular visitor. The ensuite bathrooms are beautifully designed, with one fully accessible and one Jack-and-Jill style.
Grand master bedroom complete with beautiful four-poster bed with canopy, Victorian chaise longue, dressing table and two stylish armchairs, where one can sit and admire the view of the beautiful walled gardens. This elegant bedroom shares an ensuite 'Jack & Jill' style with the Hope Scott Twin bedroom, as well as having ample space for fold-up beds or cots, making it the perfect room for young families.
The Hope Scott Twin, originally a nursery for the Hope-Scott family, shares a well-appointed ensuite with the Hope Scott Master bedroom, complete with separate shower and bath. This stylish room can be arranged as a twin bedroom for younger children whose parents are staying in the master bedroom or as a spacious double bedroom.
Named after Scott's eldest daughter, Sophia, this bedroom is beautifully designed with unique bird wallpaper and a stunning view of the River Tweed and hillside beyond. The pristine ensuite has both a separate shower and bath, where one can relax whilst gazing out at the picturesque woodland scenery.
Named after Sir Walter’s son-in-law, John Gibson Lockhart, this luxurious double or twin bedroom is beautifully furnished with items including a Victorian dressing table and several precious ornaments. It's sophisticated ensuite has a large shower over bath with views over the Wing’s private courtyard.
Named after Princess Alice, who visited Abbotsford regularly, this exceptional designed bedroom exudes both elegance and class. Guests can sit in the bay window and admire the stunning views of the garden and pavillion. The soft green décor of the room continues into the adjacent private bathroom complete with a divine roll top bath and shower, perfect for one to truly rewind and relax. This bedroom can be accessed through the Hope Scott Master bedroom if desired.
Our deluxe fully accessible suite is both spacious and luxurious. The beautiful room overlooks the River Tweed with a large ensuite bathroom complete with both a free-standing roll top bath and accessible shower. For maximum comfort and relaxation this bedroom also has a private wonderfully equipped sitting room furnished with a Victorian walnut table, sumptuous sofa and charming antique armchairs. This suite is accessible via a lift.
The Lady Scott bedroom is elegantly decorated with Mrs Patricia Maxwell's wedding furniture, including two Victorian burr maple dressing tables and a pair of French satin tub chairs. This sumptuous bedroom has an adjoining room, originally Lady Scott’s dressing room, furnished with a Victorian burr maple queen-sized bed, making it the perfect room for a young family or close friends. The adjoining room and shared bathroom are down a small flight of stairs with great views of the gardens and house.
From celebrating in the Dining Room to unwinding in Lockhart's Library, the Hope Scott Wing provides plenty of spaces for large groups to socialise an...View Public Rooms
Relax in the privacy of the Hope Scott Wing’s courtyard and patio garden, follow in Scott’s footsteps along the woodland and riverside pat...View Outside Space
The Hope Scott Wing is set over three floors, the basement level, ground level and first level. Take a look at the floorplans below to view the layout...View Floorplan
The moment we all gathered at Abbotsford everyone was blown away by the exquisite Hope Scott Wing. It made a significant birthday all the more special and allowed me to spend it with dear friends. Everything you could want for is here and you live like a Lord or a Lady for your stay. Nothing was too much trouble for us to gain the maximum from our stay.READ MORE FROM THE GUESTBOOK