Scott's View

Scenic Views
An outstanding view of the River Tweed and Eildon Hills

About Scott's View

Scott’s View is probably the most famous view in the Borders. It was Sir Walter Scott’s favourite view and the story is told that when his funeral cortege was making its way to Dryburgh, the horses stopped, unbidden, at the spot – they were so used to stopping there during Scott’s visits to the area. The view takes in the Eildon Hills, the River Tweed and the original site of the Abbey at Melrose.

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