The Old Manse

Address: Main Street, St. Boswells, Borders, Scotland, TD6 0BB, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Main Street, St. Boswells, is near Melrose Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey, Thirlestane Castle, and St. Cuthberts Way.
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Travel Blogs from St. Boswells

My Day with Wilma

A travel blog entry by yvonnesuppa on Feb 12, 2013

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... is the Scottish Parliament Building. Now imagine the surroundings if you will; standing there by the intersection the eye takes in, to the left, the imposing front gates of Hollyrood and through those the palace itself. Casting your gaze forward you behold King Arthur's Seat in all its rugged and awe-inspiring massiveness (which looked incredibly crisp and clear on ...

Day 2 and the Preparations Continue.....

A travel blog entry by yvonnesuppa on Feb 08, 2013

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After blissfully sleeping through the night (one of the few times I've been able to do so since the kids have been born!!!) I woke to a beautiful sunny day. I don't know what people are on about when they say Scottish weather is terrible. The sun usually shines for me the majority of my visit when I'm here! After breakfast Maria & Ian and myself travelled east to Haddington to one "Garelton Lodge", where the festivities will take place. The ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by offsider on Aug 31, 2012

... it was. Looked like the inside of any 1950's house. Liz and Phil have single beds in separate rooms. The only double bed is on the honeymoon suite and was put there by Charlie when he and Di married. Zara also had her ehoneymoon there. Toured Edinburgh Castle this morning OMG how amazing. We didn't get to see the Tattoo but we saw where it is held - very small and quite steep considering they march on ...

A 'quick' look at Dryburgh Abbey

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

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... loud.

Historic Scotland describe it as one of the most beautiful ruins in Britain and it's a ruin because the English had a go at it twice in the 14th century and again in the 16th. By the time of the last attack it wasn't been run by monks anymore and all the man in charge did was build himself a new house out of the wreckage.

Sir Walter Scott ...

Harry Morton and the Rhymer's Stone

A travel blog entry by 35mph on May 15, 2011

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... required green silk dress though she's on a dappled grey horse rather than a milky white one that HVM was told to expect. And here's some extra information... she seems to be accompanied by three dogs sporting jeweled collars. This is very promising.

The Rhymer's Stone itself is a bit further up the road. It was erected by the Melrose Literary Society in 1929, the year that In Search of Scotland was first published. These facts ...