Brimham House B & B

Address: Girrick Farm, Kelso, Borders, Scotland, TD5 7SA, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Girrick Farm, Kelso, is near Dryburgh Abbey, Kelso Abbey, Forth Tours, and Glentress Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Kelso

    Castle Country in Borders and East Lothian

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 28, 2015

    55 photos

    ... I had read about as typically Scottish but had not
    yet seen in any restaurants, so I decided to make it my lunch stop oce my full
    British breakfast was mostly digested. Kedjeree is a casserole like dish with
    smoked haddock, rice, hard-boiled egg, and cheese and turned out to be
    absolutely delicious. Why do good things always come in such small quantities?

    I was going to take in Mellerstain House, another one of the
    great estates in the area designed by Robert Adam, ...

    Next stop Dalhousie Castle

    A travel blog entry by yorksea on Sep 24, 2014

    15 photos

    ... the first successful clone and done here in Scotland. The architecture of the building was amazing, very airy and open.


    Living like Nobles

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... who was celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary. Lots of music, dancing, singing, and drinking ensued. Unfortunately, there was also some *******. The Library was not a big room, so you can imagine the assault on our olfactory senses every time the older lady let one fly (we did narrow it down to her--Emma kept yelling who is pumping? Who pumped? Lol. Her word for **** is pump.) I bowed out gracefully and literally (I was required ...

    Scotland at last

    A travel blog entry by colin.hearn.12 on May 01, 2013

    After being somewhat overfed by Graham's breakfast we went around to see the Wesley home. This is the one in which John was rescued from the fire and was rebuilt in amazingly short time. Some areas are being renovated now so we missed seeing some key rooms. Even so Suzannah's kitchen was very real and we could imagine her holding meetings there, cramming in up to 40 people at a time. Seeing some of the ...

    Day 35 - A day for true believers

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 24, 2010

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... stream, which we knew was heading down into the Tweed which we should hit about lunchtime. This first 8 kms into Broughton was perfectly flat which is always assured if you are on a rail track following a river downstream. We were walking alone and the peace was intense. As Debby said, we can hear the emptiness and listen to the breeze, we are worshipping in the church of nature. One of the benefits of walking these paths is that they are ...