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A very beautiful region of Scotland, steeped in history. The many castles of this area stand testament to it's turbulent past. By contrast, visit the four great Border abbeys of Melrose, Kelso, Dryburgh and Jedburgh and experience the sense of peace that still clings to these mellowed ruins. 

This area of Scotland has many associations with Sir Walter Scott. Scott's View of the Eildon Hills near Melrose, and the 16th century Smailholm Tower, near Kelso, are two examples. Scott spent his childhood nearby.

  • Caddon View, Peeblesshire, Scotland

    Caddon View, Peeblesshire

    Built in the 1800s, this award winning hotel is situated just 40 miles from Edinburgh. Guests can enjoy relaxing by the roaring log fire with a drink, or perhaps sunbathing in the large and peaceful gardens. With only eight bedrooms in the hotel, a stay at the Caddon View makes for a personal and memorable holiday experience.

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  • Mercure Barony Castle Hotel & Spa, Scottish Borders

    Mercure Barony Castle Hotel

    Full of leisure facilities such as an indoor swimming pool, multi-gym, spa bath and sauna, this imposing mansion house dates back to the 1500s and offers some wonderfully decorated guest bedrooms. There is lots to do nearby including mountain biking, walking, fishing and golfing. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel.

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  • Mansfield House Hotel, Scottish Borders

    Mansfield House Hotel, Scottish Borders

    Set on the edge of the Scottish Border's town of Hawick, this 19th century hotel offers 14 luxury en-suite rooms, a fine dining restaurant and a well stocked bar with a range of malt whiskies. Within a short drive of the Northumberland National Park and Hadrian's Wall.

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  • The Stable Cottage, St Boswells, Scotland

    The Stable Cottage, St Boswells

    Sleeps 4 - 5. This late-Victorian house has been lovingly renovated to a high standard and sleeps up to five people across three bedrooms. The open fire is great for cosying up next to in the winter months, and the local area is popular with fishing enthusiasts, walkers and cyclists. Pets are welcome.

    Open firePet friendlyFishing available

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