Scottish Border Towns

The Scottish Borders might not have any cities or motorways, but it does have some great historic towns with much to see and do.

Selkirk

If you’re planning a visit to the borders and would like somewhere that combines winding outdoor trails with interesting local Read More >

Peebles

Peebles is a vibrant area, with activities for everyone whether you want a peaceful stroll or an adrenaline rush. If Read More >

Melrose

The town of Melrose is located at the base of the Eildon Hills and is also home to the grand Read More >

Kelso

Kelso is home to many historic buildings, from grand estates to crumbling ruins, they all provide an interesting insight into Read More >

Eyemouth

Eyemouth not only has many natural walks and wildlife, it also has a unique history.  If you’re planning a trip Read More >

Duns

Duns is lucky to feature many beautiful historical buildings which are perfect to explore. One such example is Manderston House; Read More >

Coldstream

Looking for the perfect place to begin your exploration of the vast, scenic expanse of Coldstream?  The Hirsel Estate, located Read More >

Jedburgh

Jedburgh isn’t just the perfect place to experience the great outdoors, it is also a great location to discover the Read More >

Hawick

If you visit Hawick you will find it not only has tranquil outdoor spaces, it also features many buildings that Read More >

Galashiels

If you’re looking for a day out that covers everything from colourful gardens to fun child-friendly activities, look no further Read More >

Newcastleton

Known locally as Copshaw Holm, Newcastleton is surrounded by many woods and hills that are perfect for everything from walking Read More >

Lauder

If you enjoy exploring historic buildings and relaxing in the outdoors Lauder is the perfect place for you.  Lauder is Read More >

Innerleithen

You can find Innerleithen in the Tweed Valley, with its amazing surroundings that are perfect for everything from walking to Read More >