Eckford Hall Steading

Address: Eckford, Kelso, Borders, Scotland, TD5 8LQ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Eckford, Kelso, is near Mary Queen of Scots House, Kelso Abbey, Roxburghe Golf Course, and Roxburgh Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Kelso

    History along the North Sea

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 20, 2014

    7 photos

    ... heard such loud crashing on a sandy beach. The tide is going out and there are a lot of jelly fish stranded on the sand. We take a fairly long walk. Just out a short distance are the Farne Islands but it is too rough to go out and look for birds.

    Our next stop is Holy Island. You can drive to it over a causeway but not near high tide when the causeway is covered with seawater. The causeway opens at 1:50, we ...

    Jedburgh and Dryburgh

    A travel blog entry by jayton on Jul 07, 2013

    1 comment

    ... area and we had a walk up the hill to see it. It isn't actually there anymore as it is buried under the ground after the 800 years or so since it was abandoned. It overlooks the Tweed River and from what has been discovered it was a major fort along the England/Scotland disputed border.

    It turns out we had walked about half way to the Abbey by the time we got to the end of the road past the fort, but due to the complete lack ...

    Phase 14 Day 3

    A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on May 24, 2012

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... through the traditional ballads of Scott, Hogg and others. We couldn’t linger very long. The temperature was still rising and our feet were starting to object to the stony path and the high temperatures. Much of the forest shown on the OS map that I hold had been cut removing the shade that woodland trees provide which meant there was no respite from the sun. We aired our faces with the breeze that was blowing taking off our sun hats for short periods and drank ...

    The Last Border Abbey

    A travel blog entry by 35mph on May 16, 2011

    2 photos

    There isn't much left of Kelso abbey. In fact we drove straight past it the first time round and had to come back. Kelso has been more systematically destroyed that the other three Border abbeys and it also suffered the indignity at one time of being 'restored' though this has now been undone.

    HVM though that Kelso had the look of a French town and he's right, especially around the ...

    Day 36 -starting with coffee with Peebles in crowd

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 25, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... way along the north side of the Tweed. So, we switched back over the bridge only to find the clock in the tower chiming 10 o'clock. Bingo, said Keith, the cafe's open!

    This cafe was a real delight. It was like being in a sit-com series, Seinfeld or Friends cannot really be compared. It dawned on Keith it was exactly like being in the Dendi Deli with the swimming group back in Melbourne. There was pleasant enough owner with ...