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Duns is a quaint and typical Scottish Borders town, focused around its old central market where farmers once sold and traded livestock and produce. Today, the most visited sites in the area of Duns is Duns Castle, a fighting tower with over 600 years of history, and was the home to Lady Elizabeth Seton, an ancestor of the lineage that led to the crown of Mary Queen of Scots. The interior of the castle is decorated and furnished with magnificent 17th century pieces, and guests can enjoy an array of activities, from clay pigeon, falconry, and off road driving, to fishing croquet and tennis. Duns is also the birthplace of Scotland’s Formula 1 champion driver Jim Clark, and car enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to the local Jim Clark Museum.
This picturesque town is one of southern Scotland’s prettiest, and sits at the confluence of the Tweed and Teviot Rivers. Filled with beautiful architecture, such as the ruined Roxburgh Castle and Keslo Abbey, however, its most famous site would have to be the extravagant Floors Castle, the seat of the Duke of Roxburgh and the largest inhabited house in all of Scotland.
Find You Way to the Historic Town of EyemouthJust a few miles from the border with England, Eyemouth sits on the southeastern coast of Scotland, and is home to a natural harbour and stunning coastal views. The history of this small fishing town is rich with fascinating stories, as it was once commonly known to be a smuggler’s paradise, with the town’s clustered houses, narrow streets, and sea-caves providing the perfect cover for the illegal trade in tea, wine, spirits, and tobacco. Be sure to visit the local museum to view the intricate tapestry that recounts the town’s saddest moments, when a storm took the lives of 189 local fishermen.
So whether you’re looking to wander the sandy beaches and cliffs of the coast, play some golf on a classic Scottish links, trek through the rolling hills of the moorland, have tea in the charming town cafés, or simply try the local fare, the Scottish Borders has exactly what you’re looking for in a holiday destination. Be sure to book all your hotels, B&Bs, and accommodations now, with the easy-to-use Expedia search tool.
Situated in Peebles, this spa hotel is within 25 mi (40 km) of Rosslyn Chapel, University of Edinburgh, and Edinburgh International Conference Centre. Greyfriars Kirk and St. Giles' Cathedral are also within 25 mi (40 km).
Situated in Peebles, this hotel is within 25 mi (40 km) of Rosslyn Chapel, University of Edinburgh, and Edinburgh International Conference Centre. Greyfriars Kirk and St. Giles' Cathedral are also within 25 mi (40 km).
Located in Cardrona, this spa hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Abbotsford, Rosslyn Chapel, and Market Square. Napier University and King's Theatre are also within 25 mi (40 km).
Situated in Denholm, this inn is within 6 mi (10 km) of Drumlanrigs Tower, Hawick Museum & Scott Art Gallery, and Jedburgh Abbey. Mary Queen of Scots House and Monteviot House are also within 9 mi (15 km).
This family-friendly Melrose hotel is located on a river, 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Dryburgh Abbey, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Floors Castle and Mellerstain House. Smailholm Tower and Melrose Abbey are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Situated in Coldstream, this inn is within 9 mi (15 km) of Flodden Battlefield, Norham Castle, and Lady Waterford Hall. St Cuthbert's Church and Kelso Old Parish Church are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Located in Eddleston, this spa hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Haylodge Park, Neidpath Castle, and Kailzie Gardens. Rosslyn Chapel and Traquair House are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Situated in Jedburgh, this inn is steps from Mary Queen of Scots House and Jedburgh Abbey. Monteviot House and Kelso Abbey are also within 12 mi (20 km).