Whether you’re looking for picturesque towns, coastal communities or quaint villages, you will find the right destination for you. Immerse yourselfin historical centres, breathe in the country air while never being far from anywhere.
Pathhead is a small village in Midlothian that surrounded by many historical points of interest.
The small country village of Paxton lies next to the Rivertweed and is a well known spot for salmon fishing.
Sitting on the River Tweed, the stunning scenery around Peebles is considered an area of outstanding beauty.
The town of Penicuik, is the largest of the Midlothian towns with around 16,000 residents.
The quiet village of Roslin sits around 7 miles outside of Edinburgh.
Selkirk is one of the oldest Royal Burghs in Scotland and also one of the earliest settlements in what is now the Scottish Borders.
St Abbs is a remote but beautiful fishing village on the southeastern coast of Scotland.
St Boswells is a a small village on the south side of the River Tweed.
The scenic village of Stow is located in the Scottish Borders close to the larger town of Galashiels.
This village grew out of difficult times in the late 60s and early 70s.
The village of Walkerburn was built after Henry Ballantyne bought land to build a Tweed Mill in 1846
West Linton is said to be one of the oldest market town settlements in Scotland.
The area of Yetholm actually consists of two small villages - Kirk Yetholm and Town Yetholmm.