Discover a place so beloved by Robert the Bruce, he chose it as the final resting place for his heart.
Uniquely in the Borders this golf resort has the most popular golf course and also one of the most popular award winning restaurants! It is…
Rutherfords is Scotland's 1st Micropub and Borders Pub of the Year 2018! Don't let our size fool you... Rutherfords is so much MORE than just…
This site is closed until Spring 2021.
Jedburgh Castle Jail & Museum is an attraction that looks like a grand castle – but inside is a different story!
Bar and Restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, or the perfect drop off spot for coffee & cake, or a refreshing drink.
We do Scuba Diving/Air and Nitrox fills for divers and we have Accommodation all at St abbs Harbour
Listed as one of Britain's best stately homes by The Telegraph, Mellerstain is a must-see. "A treasure, wonderful gardens and beautiful house!"
Innerleithen, one of the 7stanes mountain biking trail centres, is famous for its four downhill trails which is a must for any thrill seeker. In…
The extraordinary home of Scottish legend Sir Walter Scott, the man who gave us the historical novel, popularised tartan & rediscovered Scotland’s Crown Jewels.
Nestled in the Cheviot Hills, Beirhope offers a stunning backdrop to meet or trek with Alpacas. Great fun for all.
Alpaca trekking in the Scottish Borders
Gunsgreen House is full of fun and adventures for children. Toilet facilities, baby changing, lift access and parking is free.
Restaurant serving locally sourced food from the Scottish Borders
Discover a town’s treasures in an historic house in beautiful parkland.
This mock Jacobean folly stands in the grounds pf Dalkeith estate Newly restored after years of neglect Entry to the estate is free
A challenging 95 mile route from Biggar to Berwick-uponTweed through the heart of the Scottish Borders following the course of the River Tweed.
Cafe Sitooterie serves fresh, seasonal and local food in the conservatory of the award winning Caddon View Guest House which has 8 very comfortable bedrooms
A gentle walk around a reservoir built to supply water to Edinburgh and surrounding areas
The ancient stronghold of the Scotts of Buccleuch which stands on a high bank above the Teviot begun its life as a Border pele-tower
The original Edinburgh Cab Tour company offering a wide range of private tours for all interests and all travellers.
The Gardens were gifted to Galashiels Town Council shortly after the Second World War
The Museum follows his extraordinary career. Artefacts, photos & Buchan's writings to tell a remarkable story.
Abbey House which dates from the late 18th century
Tasty hot food and coffee can be found here.
Comfy cinema, café bar with locally-sourced produce and cinema snacks, special events and live music performances.
There has been a church on this site since 1152 AD
Village Pub, only 200 mtrs from Gorebridge Railway Station - Borders Railway Line.
A good mix of walks for all abilities in the woods beside Folly Loch, Peniel Heugh or the hard surfaced Cricket Park Route
This impressive church building held its first service in November 1881