Melrose Youth Hostel

Priorwood, Melrose, Borders, Scotland, TD6 9EF, United Kingdom | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Priorwood, Melrose, is near Melrose Abbey, Abbotsford House, Dryburgh Abbey, and Thirlestane Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Melrose

Day 6

A travel blog entry by donaldmcintosh on Mar 27, 2014

6 photos

... set up for a wedding(which explained all the people in the lobby there for the wedding the next day). The room we were in was labelled the Ramsay Macintosh suite which the kids and I thought was pretty neat! After the video I joined about a dozen students in the lobby/lounge to play some cards. They had a great time ordering some food and "rounds of drinks". Which consisted of pop and ginger beers! After some serious cards(even without a crib board). We all headed off to ...

Two weeks in Dublin!

A travel blog entry by cleegan on Aug 28, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... taking one of my roommates on a highly unofficial and probably historically incorrect walking two of Dublin while we waited for it to be time for her to go the airport. I looked in some more shops, wandered around the park, and sat around in the hostel. And all of a sudden it was time for me to head to Dublin airport myself, at the ungodly hour of 4.30am, for my flight to Scotland! And now here I am, sitting in a pub in Edinburgh, writing to the world. Time for another ...

European Campaign 2013

A travel blog entry by beevor11 on Jul 03, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... of a walk around Inverness...town centre about 15 minutes walk from accommodation. Stays light until around midnight and the sun rises again about 4.30am...so plenty of hours to explore. Saturday 29 June Nice Scottish Brekky (everything fried, including Black Pudding, that I ate without knowing what it was & enjoyed) then off for an explore around Inverness. Took the topless double decker tour and just wandered. Plenty of examples of Historic 18th & ...

Scotland

A travel blog entry by nikkiandgrant12 on Oct 05, 2012

... destroy them....how the crown/sceptre and sword were locked in a large wooden chest for 111 years ( for save keeping) and eventually Sir Walter Scott got permission to go looking for them in the Royal Strongroom.....and sure enough....when they opened the chest 111years later there they still were....we also saw the "Stone of Destiny"....which just looks like a square slab of sandstone....but Scotish Kings and Queens have sat upon the stone ...

In the Clouds

A travel blog entry by travellingted on Jun 15, 2012

... Cuthbert's Way is a trail which uses this road for part of it's sections before diverting to Holy Island. Farm and access traffic also use it and their presence has left it's mark. Puddles and thick mud are constant thorns and tedious time is taken as they are negotiated.

Paths bordering fields growing crops are well trodden, but grass grown to it's seasons height hangs across our line. Heavy with rain one brush ...