Scottish Borders - Places of Interest

Places of Interest

  • Abbotsford House
  • Bowhill House
  • Cheviot Hills
  • Cessford Burn
  • Coldingham Bay
  • Dawyck Botanic Garden
  • Dryburgh Abbey - Historic Scotland
  • Duns Castle
  • Edin's Hall Broch
  • Ettrick Forest
  • Eyemouth
  • Floors Castle
  • Glentress Forest - Forest Enterprise
  • Greenknowe Tower
  • Harmony Garden - National Trust for Scotland
  • Hawkshaw - ancestral home of the Porteous family
  • Hermitage Castle - Historic Scotland
  • Jedburgh Abbey - Historic Scotland
  • Kailzie Gardens
  • Kelso Abbey
  • Lammermuir Hills
  • Lauderdale
  • Manderston
  • Megget Reservoir
  • Mellerstain House
  • Melrose Abbey - Historic Scotland
  • Mire Loch
  • Monteviot
  • Neidpath Castle
  • Nisbet, Berwickshire
  • Nisbet, Roxburghshire
  • Paxton House
  • Pennine Way - National Trails
  • Priorwood Garden - National Trust for Scotland
  • Robert Smail's Printing Works - National Trust for Scotland
  • Scots' dike
  • Smailholm Tower - Historic Scotland
  • Southern Upland Way - National Trails
  • St. Abbs Head
  • St. Mary's Loch
  • St. Ronans Wells
  • Teviotdale
  • Thirlestane Castle
  • Traquair House
  • Trimontium
  • Waterloo Monument
  • Wedderburn Castle

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