EXPLORE SCOTLAND: THE SCOTTISH BORDERS WHERE TO STAY GUIDE

Steeped in history and romance, the unspoilt beauty of the Scottish Borders takes your breath away. A wealth of historical attractions, museums and exhibitions bring the colourful past of the Borders to life. The great abbeys in Melrose, Kelso, Jedburgh and Dryburgh relate the medieval renaissance in the region. With an abundant natural larder, countless outdoor pursuits to enjoy and a thriving local culture, the Scottish Borders will have you captivated from the moment you arrive.

Wander over 1,500 miles of dedicated paths, lush moorland and gently sloping hills, or head east and enjoy coastal pursuits, from surfing and diving for the more adventurous to a scenic boat trip to spot all manner of marine wildlife. The Scottish Borders is quite simply a cyclists' and mountain bikers' dream, offering an array of gentle paths or two of the thrilling 7stanes mountain bike trails at world–renowned Glentress/Innerleithen and Newcastleton, and in a land known for its equestrian history, a trip on horseback is ideal for exploring the region at your own pace.

Surprise Yourself – visit the Scottish Borders this autumn.



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