Traquair is Scotland's Oldest Continually Inhabited House dating back over 900years and still lived in as a family home today.
Visit the world's longest running indoor exotic butterfly house for a wonderful day out. Daily Events. Jungle Gift Shop. Restaurant. Play Area. Free Parking.
Visitors can explore the house, beautiful gardens and walks around the Estate. Sample local and Estate produce at the Terrace Restaurant and Courtyard Cafe.
Penicuik House is a painstakingly restored mansion set in one of the finest designed landscapes in the country. The Penicuik House Cafe is open 7…
Oldest working commercial letterpress printers in the UK – a living museum of Victorian history
Paxton House is a Georgian mansion overlooking the River Tweed set in 80 acres of grounds on the border of England and Scotland 4 miles…
Dalkeith Country Park is a truly special place, home to Fort Douglas adventure playground and Restoration Yard Store, Restaurant & Wellbeing Lab.
Visitor Centre & Coffee Shop. Come see first hand our authentic working mill tours, browse our collections and gifts, then enjoy a coffee or spot…
Rosslyn Chapel is a 15th Century Chapel located 7 miles south of Edinburgh. Made famous most recently for its part in 'The Da Vinci Code'…
Housed in the wonderfully restored Lady Victoria Colliery, National Mining Museum Scotland tells the story of coal for Scotland.
Coldingham is a historical village known for it’s beauty, situated in the East coast of the Scottish Borders.
Jedburgh lies on the Jed Water, a tributary of the River Teviot.
Berwick-upon-Tweed lies just three miles from the Scottish Border, making it the most northerly town in Northumberland.
Ettrick is a small and tranquil village set in stunning countryside with roots going back to to the Bronze Age.
The area of Yetholm actually consists of two small villages - Kirk Yetholm and Town Yetholmm.
The village of Denholm is built around the Green. In the middle of the Green stands Leyden's Monument which was erected in 1861
The small country village of Paxton lies next to the Rivertweed and is a well known spot for salmon fishing.
The great St Abbs Lighthouse surrounded by scenic views and an abundance of wildlife!
The picturesque town of Melrose is located next to the River Tweed at the foot of the triple peaks of the Eildon Hills.
The small village of Broughton in the Scottish Borders Broughton sits near to the Biggar Water, near where it flows into the River Tweed.
Eyemouth Museum is the home of local stories and artefacts!
Hawick is the largest of the Border towns with a long history stretching back to the 1100’s.
Made by hand vases, bowls, paperweights, animals, sculptures, bespoke designs with ashes set in glass.
Lying in the narrow valley of the Gala Water, Galashiels is one of the most popular towns in the Scottish Borders.
Newcastleton built in 1793 by the Duke of Buccleuch to capitalise on the growing textile markets, it has conservation status.
Morebattle is a small village just seven miles south of Kelso in the Scottish Borders. It sits beside the Kale Water, a tributary of the…
The town of Penicuik, is the largest of the Midlothian towns with around 16,000 residents.
Lasswade is situated only 9 miles from the city centre of Edinburgh.
The village of Carlops, situated in the Pentland Hills, dates back to 1788 when it was founded to be a mining and cotton weaving settlement.
This small scenic fishing village is located on the east coast of Scotland in the old parish of Ayton.