George & Abbotsford Hotel

Address: High Street, Melrose, Borders, Scotland, TD6 9PD, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on High Street, Melrose, is near Melrose Abbey, Abbotsford House, Dryburgh Abbey, and Thirlestane Castle.
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      Melrose

      A travel blog entry by clarkgoshawk on May 29, 2014

      39 photos

      ... and they were subject to much cannon fire over the years, and not much is left of them today. Even with what is left today, they are magnificent structures, simply breathtaking.

      Robyn and I got up early one morning, and went for a walk, and enjoyed a crystal clear Scottish morning, and a trip to the local bakery. Yum.

      Enjoy the pictures,
      Clark
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      Tiki Tour around The Borders

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Mar 06, 2014

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      ... the start of a huge brawl with loads of people looking on. It turns out it is traditional game called Hand Ba' (handball) played annually by the town locals. With an apparent lack of rules, the objective is for the Uppies and Doonies (people from the top end of town and the bottom end of town) to get the ball to their opponents end of the town. The ball is recent modification to the ...

      Two weeks in Dublin!

      A travel blog entry by cleegan on Aug 28, 2013

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... that has a industrial sized peat bog that is routinely cut and re-dug to provide fuel for the power station. Double standards much? Anyway, we continued driving through the beautifully desolate and stark Inagh Valley, stopping at Kylemore Abbey, a beautiful stately home that housed the Benedictine nuns when they fled Belgium in one of the wars. They converted the building into a finishing school for young ladies, and it only closed in 2010. It was then onto the highlight ...

      Scottish Adventure - Edinburgh

      A travel blog entry by trina.manz on May 28, 2013

      13 photos

      The drive down to Edinburgh was again stunning and we made a detour to feed Luke's developing lock obsession. We went to the Farkirk wheel which is a giant lock and an awesome piece of engineering. It rotates and carries boats 15m either to the canal above or below to continue their journey. There is no raising or lowering of the water level simply move the entire boat by having it move into a water filled container and swing it to where you need it! Pretty awesome ...

      Looking back

      A travel blog entry by el-watkins on Oct 24, 2012

      ... further from home at the people that can’t always voice what they need.

      I'm off to a Lattitude reunion tomorrow and couldn't be more excited to catch up with the crew (oh god I actually called us a crew didn't I…) It’ll be strange to be meeting people in coats and scarves, and lacking tales of that week in crazy Africa; but two days of reminiscing and lets be honest dusting off those azonto moves will be epic fun. And of ...