Visit the Scottish Borders


For an unforgettable trip, visit the Scottish Borders, an area of sublime natural beauty. The Scottish Borders are situated south of Edinburgh and the Lothians and north east of Dumfries and Galloway and is one of Scotland’s most extraordinary regions.

Home to verdant forests, glorious countryside and the charming Berwickshire coastline the Scottish Borders are the perfect place to visit if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. If you are looking to go on an outdoor adventure holiday, the region won’t disappoint. There are an abundance of walking trails and routes, such as the long distance Sir Walter Scott Way and Southern Upland Way. There is also one of seven world famous Stanes mountain biking centres.

The Scottish Borders are also home to Scotland’s important textile manufacturing region. Visitors can learn all about the textile industry in the region at the Borders Textile Towerhouse in Harwick. Harwick is also home to the world renowned Pringle of Scotland. If you want to see the best textile attractions follow the the Textile Trail.

To make the most out your holiday in the Scottish borders, why not stay in a pub? Pubs provide guests with the perfect base to explore this magnificent region at their own pace. With everything under one roof, guests don’t have to worry about finding somewhere to eat or socialise in the evening.

To find out more about what there is to explore in the area, check out our Things to Do guide.

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