Articles tagged with: Borders

Berwick upon Tweed

The visitor guide to Berwick Upon Tweed in the Borders of Scotland gives you useful  information required for a visit.  The guide offer you information on sleeping, self catering cottages in Berwick Upon Tweed and transport, Also included is info on hotels and accommodation in the Borders and Berwick.

Coldingham

Small village just off the A1 that is a great place to start walks on the fabulous Borders coastline.

Countryside Cookware

Opened in Kelso in 2005 and have won several national awards since then, including “Best Cookshop in Britain” in 2007.

Galashiels

At the junction of the A72 and A7 Edinburgh-Carlisle road is the gritty, workmanlike textile town of Galashiels, strung out along the banks of the Gala river for more than two miles. Galashiels is one the largest towns in the Borders region, and a transport hub, but there's precious little to detain passing tourists.

Gunsgreen House

Gunsgreen House was built in the 1750s by John Adam, one of the most famous and most expensive architects of the day. Located overlooking Eyemouth Harbour it is surely the most dramatic and romantic of Georgian houses.

Manderston House

Manderston is the supreme country house of Edwardian Scotland; the swan-song of its era.

Marlfield House

1700 mansion in good condition that was a hotel for a while but is now a private house again. The front door lock comes from Robert Adam's Calton Jail and the panelling in the hall from a cunard liner.

Peebles

Peebles in Scottish Borders, is only a 45-minute drive from Edinburgh, and makes a convenient base for a tour of the Tweed valley. Our visitor guide to Peebles includes details on what to see and do, walks around the place and self catering accommodation options.

Tweed Valley

Visitor guide to Tweed Valley in the Scottish Borders here includes information in and around the area.  The valley runs down from Peebles through to Galashiels.