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Lauder Town Trail

Lauder is an ancient town and was known as Kirktown in the 12th century. The town has played host to ...

Kelso Town Trail

The history of the town is closely linked with the Abbey that was founded in the 12th century. Like Jedburgh, ...

Hawick Town Trail

Hawick is the most southerly town in the region but sits on one of the historical major routes south to ...

Galashiels Town Trail

The name Galashiels probably means shelter by the full stream (Gwala – full stream and shiel – shelter). Galashiels is ...

Eyemouth Town Trail

Lying at the mouth of the Eye Water, Eyemouth is a busy fishing port whose history includes smuggling, shipwrecks and ...

Duns Town Trail

The name Duns may derive from the Gaelic Dun, meaning hill or fort. Alternatively it may be derived from the ...

Johnston’s of Elgin Cashmere Visitor Centre

Follow the production of knitted products and see the attention to detail and luxury finish guaranteed by the latest generation ...

Cosaig

Cosaig is a 2 bedroom cottage overlooking the park in the small friendly town of Innerleithen. Situated in the beautiful ...

Red Lion Hotel

3 star Inn in Earlston giving a warm welcome to walkers – drying room for wet gear also available. The Square, Earlston, Berwickshire, TD4 ...

Peebles Hydro Hotel

Located just a stone’s throw from Peebles town centre, Peebles Hydro is a great hotel for couples and families looking ...

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