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  • Abbotsford
    Abbotsford is the extraordinary home of the 19th century novelist and ‘Great Scott’ who popularised tartan, saved the Scottish banknote and rediscovered his country’s Crown Jewels. Discover a treasure trove of fascinating objects which inspired his greatest poems and novels. Enjoy Witch Corner, a sculpture trail based on the legends and folklore that inspired Sir Walter Scott with interactive content for all ages. Explore Scott's home and story, browse the gift shop, enjoy seasonal food in our café or simply relax in the beautiful formal gardens and tranquil woodlands.
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  • Melrose Abbey
    The abbey grounds, cloister and museum are open. Probably the most famous ruin in Scotland, the abbey was founded by David I in 1136 for the Cistercian Order, and it was largely destroyed by Richard II's English army in 1385. The surviving remains of the church are of the early 15th century, and are of an elegance unsurpassed in Scotland. Objects found during excavation are displayed in the Commendator's House. The exterior of this magnificent ruin is decorated by unusual sculptures, including hobgoblins, cooks with ladles and a bagpipe playing pig. The abbey is also thought to be the burial place of Robert the Bruce's heart, marked with a commemorative carved stone plaque within the grounds.
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  • Jedburgh Abbey
    The grounds, visitor centre, shop and toilets are open (the rest of the abbey remains closed). One of the four border abbeys, Jedburgh Abbey was founded by David I in around 1138 for Augustinian canons. Explore the fascinating Jedburgh Abbey along with its visitor centre and surrounding herb garden with aromatic plants and a stone display at the west end. The church was built in the Romanesque and early Gothic styles and is remarkably complete. Jedburgh Abbey’s close location to the English border meant it was frequently targeted by invading border armies. Remains of the cloister buildings have been uncovered and finds from the excavations, including the 12th century 'Jedburgh comb' and an eighth century shrine are on display.
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  • Dawyck Botanic Garden and Cafe
    Dawyck is truly one of the world's finest arboreta. Seasonal displays of abundant exotic and native plants provide a breathtaking backdrop of colour throughout the year. The Garden also offers an award-winning visitor centre, gift shop with plant sales and a cafe. Part of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
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  • Mary Queen of Scots' Visitor Centre
    Mary Queen of Scots Visitor Centre is now closed for the season. We look forward to welcoming you back when we reopen on 1 March 2024. Mary Queen of Scots’ Visitor Centre is set in the centre of historic Jedburgh and this 16th century tower house tells the story of Scotland’s tragic queen. Mary’s month here in Jedburgh in 1566 was a turning point in her life. A fine display of paintings, objects and textiles associated with her explores not only her life and times but the cult that has grown up around her. There is an interesting gift shop on ground level. Audio guides are available in English, French, German and Spanish. Printed foreign language guides available in other languages. A children's printed guide also available. Access to the displays is problematic for those with mobility difficulties. There is an interactive touchscreen on the ground floor that allows visitors to see the collections displayed and Mary's story to be told.
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  • Beirhope Alpacas
    Beirhope offers a truly unique experience in the South of Scotland. From alpaca walking in the Cheviot Hills to off-grid, eco camping in the most beautiful rural location.
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  • Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum
    Jedburgh Castle Jail is now closed to visitors for the season. We look forward to welcoming you when we re-open on 28 March 2024! This attraction may look like a grand castle – but inside is a different story! Visit the cell blocks of this 1820s jail and discover what life was like for prisoners and staff in what was a model prison in its day. The building is also home to Jedburgh’s town museum, exploring the traditions, industries and the lives of famous people of the town. Lots of children’s activities make this a fun family day out. There is a kids guide, gift shop and partial disabled access. Ground floor displays are accessible for wheelchairs but upper floors are not. There is a fly over video that gives a flavour of the Jail, including the currently closed Male Prisoner's Block. Jedburgh Castle Jail is a popular haunt for groups interested in ghostly goings on and is hired out most weekends during the evenings for paranormal investigations.
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  • Dryburgh Abbey
    First established in 1150, Dryburgh Abbey became the premier house in Scotland of the Premonstratensian order and today continues to have a peaceful atmosphere. Despite having been set on fire three times, the chapter house features paintwork that dates back to its construction and today boasts some of the best Gothic architecture in Scotland. These graceful ruins became the burial place of David Eskrine, 11th Earl of Buchan in 1829, and three years later his friend Sir Walter Scott was also buried here.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Scottish Borders hotels

Kingsknowes Hotel, The Townhouse Hotel, and Philipburn Hotel, BW Signature Collection by Best Western are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Abbotsford. See the full list: Hotels near Abbotsford.

Popular hotels close to Melrose Abbey include The Townhouse Hotel, Burt's Hotel, and Station Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Melrose Abbey.

Popular luxury hotels in Scottish Borders include Cringletie House, Windlestraw, and Stobo Castle. See the full list: Scottish Borders Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Turnhouse Airport include DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh Airport, Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh Airport, and Moxy Edinburgh Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Turnhouse Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Floors Castle are Cross Keys Hotel, Ednam House, and Queens Head Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Floors Castle.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Scottish Borders are Cringletie House, Windlestraw, and Black Bull Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Scottish Borders.

Popular cheap hotels in Scottish Borders include Mansfield House Hotel, The Horse and Hound Country Inn, and Macdonald Cardrona Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Scottish Borders.

Stobo Castle, Peebles Hydro, and Barony Castle Hotel have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Scottish Borders. See the full list: Spa Hotels in Scottish Borders.

Cringletie House, Kingsknowes Hotel, and Eye Sleep Over all received great reviews from families travelling in Scottish Borders. See the full list: Family Hotels Scottish Borders.

Cringletie House, Windlestraw, and Kingsknowes Hotel received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Scottish Borders. See the full list: Romantic Hotels in Scottish Borders.

Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Scottish Borders include Stobo Castle, Peebles Hydro, and Macdonald Cardrona Hotel. See the full list: Hotels with a Pool in Scottish Borders.

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