Things to see and do - Melrose
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Melrose, grouped around its fine abbey ruins along the River Tweed, is overlooked by the Eildon Hills' triple peaks. This charming town is busy with holidaymakers in summer, and an ideal base for exploring the neighbouring countryside. Its Summer Festival and the Melrose Sevens Day are popular events.
Tourist attractions Melrose : Things to see and do
st. Abbey GB - Melrose TD6 9LG
The abbey was founded by Cistercian monks in 1136 on the irrigable, fertile plains alongside the River Tweed. After a period of prosperity and rebuilding by Robert the Bruce in the 14C, it met with the fate of most Scottish abbeys: secularisation and..
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Abbotsford was built by Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), a romantic writer enamoured of Scotland, its landscapes and its mysterious past. He lived here for many years, gradually transforming the small farmhouse into a sumptuous home. The house contains ..
B6361 GB - Melrose TD6
This rural panorama, typical of the Borders, takes in, from the right, the Tweed Valley, with Melrose and Galashiels, the Eildon Hills, whose slopes descend to Newtown St Boswells, then Minto, Rubers and Black Laws. In the foreground stands Bemersyde..
Market Square GB - Melrose TD6 9PT
Station Hotel has en suite rooms in a town-centre location. The restaurant offers home cooking at reasonable prices. Melrose Abbey is close by. The family-run hotel also has a small meeting room, and a public bar/lounge serving coffee and light snac..
Market Square GB - Melrose TD6 9PL
With a town centre location on Market Square, Burt’s Hotel in Melrose offers individually styled rooms with free parking and Wi-Fi, along with an AA Rosette-winning restaurant. This Scottish Borders hotel also has a bistro bar and business facilities..
Market Square GB - Melrose TD6 9PQ