The Hermitage B&B

Hermitage Lane , Kelso, Borders, Scotland, TD5 7AN, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Hermitage Lane , Kelso, is near Kelso Abbey, Roxburghe Golf Course, and Roxburgh Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Kelso

    Back over the border.

    A travel blog entry by erwin58 on May 15, 2014

    2 photos

    ... a flying insect went straight into my left eye.Carolyn finally removed it thought she was going to take my eye out too.

  • The walk started from Kelso town centre, yet again free parking.
  • The start & end of walk involved about 1 mile of road walking not the best walking conditions.The rest was quite pleasant alongside The River Teviot towards Roxburgh, the ...

  • Week 3 - Chopped off something I shouldn't have

    A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Oct 27, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Now remind me, how does that project planning stuff work? Oh yes, think how long it will take to do something, then double it, add a bit more and that's probably somewhere close. On that basis my table is scheduled to take me about 150 hours to complete. Even at a very modest 20 per hour that's going to make this one very expensive table at about 3000! I'm going to have to get a bit quicker at this!


    Day 36 -starting with coffee with Peebles in crowd

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 25, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... The bridge dates from the 15th century and there is a small area called Parliament Place in the centre of town where, when the English took the Scottish King David the second in 1346, the Scottish Parliament met. Time being of the essence, we were about to set off down the river when Debby's keen eyes located an information board for bike riders and walkers. From this we deduced there was the potential of a better riverside walk ...

    Kelso Abbey

    A travel blog entry by deacnightowl88 on May 05, 2009

    52 photos

    ... one. These abbeys are all
    in ruins now, since they were ransacked by King Henry VIII during the
    Reformation. Melrose is famous for being the place where Robert the
    Bruce's heart is buried, and Jedburgh is famous for its association with
    Mary, Queen of Scots. It was a cold, dreich day as the Scots would say,
    but the abbey was quite lovely and the town of Kelso is a really cute
    small town. ...

    16 Kilts, 2 Bagpipes, Haggis and a Picnic Rug!

    A travel blog entry by lozdotcom on May 29, 2007

    56 photos

    ... jewels) were a bit of a let-down. They make you line up and follw this line through for about 30 minutes, the honours are at the end, and there's only a sword, a sceptre, a crown and the stone of destiny. Bloody big sword though!! Bought me a picnic blanket on my way to meet Cat, then met up with her, had a drink and back to hers to chill out before my train back that evening. All-in-all, a great weekend, and I do hope to get back there one day, just not sure when! L :-) ...

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