Things to see and do - Coldstream
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Coldstream Travel guide
Coldstream : Michelin's recommendations
The name of this small border town, lying on the Morpeth to Edinburgh road, immediately evokes the famous Coldstream Guards regiment, known as the Lilywhites. Coldstream grew by a ford on the River Tweed, at the confluence with the River Leet. The narrow and winding main street is often packed with cars. Down nearer the river, the old town centre - Market Square, Duke Street and Leet Street - offers quieter surroundings.
Tourist attractions Coldstream : Things to see and do
This small local museum has an excellent section on the Coldstream Guards regiment, founded in 1650. The uniforms, medals, flags and buttons, plus Jacob the Goose, the only bird with a grade in the British army, relate the history and traditions of t..
The Hirsel Mansion House
The seat of the Earls of Home. The 14th Earl of Home, Sir Alec Douglas-Home (1903-1995), renounced his title in 1963 to become Prime Minister. The estate has several nature trails, Lake Hirsel (a waterfowl sanctuary), and Dundock Wood, a mass of colo..
50 High street GB - Coldstream TD12 4AS
Newcastle Arms Hotel is set in the village of Coldstream, 25 minutes’ drive from Berwick-upon-Tweed and the coast. Located on the River Tweed and the Scottish-English border, this hotel features a traditional pub. Rooms have free WiFi, a flat-screen..
11 High Street GB - Coldstream TD12 4AP
The Castle Hotel is on the main street of Coldstream and has basic accommodation, good home-cooked food and off-road parking. Hirsel Golf Club and The River Tweed are less than 10 minutes' walk away. The friendly hotel also has a bar, a lounge and ..