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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Burts Hotel, somewhere we used to take the kids as a treat! The manager, Nicholas Henderson, was fascinated by our challenge and kindly donated. Eventually we could delay no longer and we set out in steady rain. We worked our way out of Melrose via the site of the Roman fort (Trimontium) down to the Tweed. At this stage the heavens really opened. We sheltered for a while but as it showed no sign of easing, we resigned ourselves ...
... obvious attraction to water and we soon found plenty! Puddles, flooding in the fields and streams were all tried out to great effect. The track changed from mud to a grassy path, which lead us up to Lilliardsedge close to the stone of the same name and the site of the Battle of Ancrum Moor in 1545. We met Andrew and Eunice Harley from Kinross. It was great to talk with you and thank-you for your donation. We hope you enjoy your walk along St Cuthbert's Way. We ...
Swung through Jedburgh en-route to Honey Cottage campsite near Ettrick. The town is dominated by the remains of the abbey but too late in the day for a proper visit so we'll come back. Very friendly staff at the ticket office pointed out that membership of Historic Scotland would be a rather brilliant idea given all the places we’re planning to go. They could also provide period dressing up clothes for adults and ...
... small rough paths and at one stage finding a grassy bank where we could walk down, remove our shoes and paddle in this holy water. Finally it was time to bid farewell to the River Tweed leaving it to head up to the little village of Maxton with its lovely old church and on through gentle country down to Dere Street, which today is no more than a country footpath, but once was one of Britain's oldest roads built by the Romans. Despite the afternoon ...
... a landscape of extraordinary beauty, all blues and misty greys with the odd patch of blurred wheat yellow, not at all forbidding or harsh, but gentle, inviting and enticing one to run into them. We think we are falling in love with the borders.
We reach Broughton about noon and immediately started looking for the tea shop we had been told was located here. When someone gives you the heads up on a 'decent' coffee and the prospect ...