Wedderburn Castle

Address: Duns, Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom | Castle
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This castle, located in Duns, is near Manderston.
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Travel Blogs from Duns

Another sunny Scottish day!

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 29, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... a castle, and a wonderful sandy beach. After wandering along the beach and admiring the castle, which originated in Norman times, and was partially rebuilt in the 18th and 19th centuries, we then explored the little village of Bamburgh. Then drove a little further down the coast to Low Newton-by-the-Sea, to a delightful pub, the Ship Inn for lunch. Gill and I had ...

Project Stiletto - Homage to Monsieur Louboutin

A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on May 31, 2014

37 photos

... largely down to the spraying expertise of Alan, one of the long suffering tutors. Without his patience, the 20+ coats of sealant, primer and topcoat that it took to get the piano finish would not have been possible. Many evenings we would spray on a new coat of top coat, only to return the next morning to find a tiny run or blemish in the paint which meant that the whole table had to be sanded back to smooth with 240 grade sandpaper and resprayed. ...

Week 2 - Right, lets get this gala going!

A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Oct 15, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... if I need to make a rabbeted half-blind or full-blind dovetail.

I've drawn this blooming table from every conceivable angle, I've made a model of it, I know the distance between the two inner sides of the front legs is 1140mm, in fact I think I know every vital statistic there is to know about it. I feel I know it intimately, I really do need to get the gala going.

Well, as of Tuesday, I've decided on the wood. As there were no suggestions ...

Haste Ye Back With Open Arms

A travel blog entry by marybc on Jun 08, 2012

1 comment, 44 photos

... tour buses and great views.
This rugged part of Scotland with steep escarpments, sandy beaches and thousands of sheep is also dotted with vacation homes (summer homes for the wealthy). It is a mecca for hikers, bikers, kayakers and (apparently) motorcyclists....makes for pretty tricky driving on those polka dot roads.
It is easy to do short hikes off the road. The walk down to the lighthouse at Neist Point is one that should not be ...

The last days

A travel blog entry by tylerjblog on Sep 02, 2008

10 photos

... for the amazing hospitality (If you're reading this, thanks again!!!), and I was on the train back to Edinburgh. Back at Waverly Station, I had a brief wait for the noon train to London King's Cross, and after boarding realized that I was leaving Scotland. As the train rumbled out of the depot, I looked up at passing Edinburgh castle and thought to myself, "so long Scotland, I may be leaving, but you haven't seen the last of ...