Buccleuch Arms Hotel Scottish Borders

Address: The Green , St. Boswells, Borders, Scotland, TD6 0EW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Green , 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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      What a beautiful sunny day I woke up to yesterday. Blue skies and soft, calm winds. We enjoyed a lovely breakfast and after getting ready, Wilma and I took good old bus 37 into the town. We walked down the royal mile, popping into and out of shops as our fancy took us then headed down toward Hollyrood Palace. Situated just across the street from the Queen's residence ...

      Day 2 and the Preparations Continue.....

      A travel blog entry by yvonnesuppa on Feb 08, 2013

      17 photos

      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 ...

      A 'quick' look at Dryburgh Abbey

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

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      Our visit to Dryburgh Abbey was supposed to be quick. In, have a look at the resting places of Sir Walter Scott and Douglas Haig and out. But Dryburgh is without doubt the most fabulous of the four Border abbeys and it's difficult to see how anyone could spend anything less than a couple of hours there. It has cedar trees that have been here since he crusades for ...

      Harry Morton and the Rhymer's Stone

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

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... s only one and it's on the west bound A6091 at Melrose so we missed it. From the east the only sign says 'Cemetery' which doesn't really tell the whole story. Unless you're looking for the cemetery that is.

      So this time, driving back from Galashiels to Dryburgh we took this road and found The Rhymer's Stone. We also found the other end of Bogle Burn Road that we were on yesterday. The information board has the Fairy Queen ...

      A Tale of Two Batteries

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

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      ... and have a cup a tea. This worked a treat and with 90 minutes Beddie had been jump started off a rescue truck and we were on our way back to Galashiels to buy a new battery.

      The first place we pulled into thought it would take a week to get one big enough. Memories of Newark flooded into my mind where we were once stranded waiting for a replacement alternator. I mean I like Galashiels but I don't lurve it so much ...