The Craw Inn is an attractive listed building built in the early 18th century. The Inn has been completely refurbished but the old charm still survives and the atmosphere is welcoming and informal. The Craw Inn offers three guest bedrooms, a self-contained two bedroom annex, all with private modern facilities.

“ Most definitely a place to revisit ”

Staff And locals were very welcoming. The meal was very nice, a large range of drinks. Most definitely a place to revisit and highly recommend others to visit.
Wanda Lind

Fine Food

All of our food at The Craw is cooked by Ben, chef proprietor, and is sourced as locally as possible. We cook almost everything from scratch and in house, offering guests a wide selection of tastes and flavours. 

Comfortable ROOMS

At the Craw Inn our aim is to offer our guests a relaxing and memorable stay in the beautiful Scottish Borders.

We endeavour to provide rooms that give a comfortable atmosphere with all necessary amenities to make you feel completely ‘at home’ for the duration of you stay with us.

real ales & fine wines

 We are working hard to recapture the once glorious reputation for real ales and craft beers that The Craw once held. As a previous CAMRA pub of the year winner, as well as entry into the CAMRA good beer guide every year since 1999, we have a lot to live up to. 

We also have an extensive and modern wine list, with something for everyone, and all at very reasonable prices.

Our Food

 We cook almost everything from scratch and in house, offering guests a wide selection of tastes and flavours. Eyemouth mussels, crab and salmon are firm favourites on our menu. Whether smoked or poached traditionally and served with warm artisan breads, or marinated and steamed with exotic Asian ingredients, we strive to offer perfectly cooked food every time.

Contact Us

  • The Craw Inn, Auchencrow, Scottish Borders TD14 5LS
  • UK: 01890 761253
  • International: +44 1890 761253
national pub of the year 2018
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