BEST WESTERN Philipburn Country House Hotel

Linglie Road, Selkirk, Borders, Scotland, TD7 5LS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Linglie Road, Selkirk, is near Abbotsford House.
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    Travel Blogs from Selkirk

    Bonny Scotland

    A travel blog entry by ozvere on Oct 10, 2013

    15 photos

    ... English team in the Scottish league!

    Since we are on a rail saga you should know that the town is dominated by the Royal (so decreed at the opening by Queen Victoria in 1850) Border Bridge. A 659 metre long viaduct carrying the London to Edinburgh trains over the Tweed river at Tweedmouth. It has 28 stone arches each 18m wide and carries the railway 121 feet (37m) above the river Tweed. ...

    A Close Look At Belts

    A travel blog entry by comfortablecroo on Sep 27, 13

    ... doesn't use belts either. These styles are great to learn for protecting yourself - although they differ from the traditional sense of martial arts.

    All things aside, belts are an innovation to martial arts. They give students something to aim for, and a reason to keep practicing. Most students that study martial arts aim for getting the black belt, which is the most prestige belt in martial arts. A black belt takes years of practice to obtain, as ...

    First 24 hours in Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by joycastillo3 on Jul 12, 2013

    ... rock speaks to a long history of seige and war. We visited it today, and after about two hours had had enough of the depressing history of Scottish monarchs and British generals. The castle is most impressive because of its location high atop a huge rock.
    Most of the buildings here have a black tinge-maybe pollution or some sort of fungus? It's sunny, and the sun is out until around 10pm, so everything is gorgeous. However, I can see ...

    Edinburgh - Georgie, Porgie, Puddin', and Pie

    A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Jun 10, 2012

    40 photos

    ... tartans had been outlawed after the 1745 Jacobite rebellion, this truly marked it as an occasion to celebrate. However, when George IV showed up, the people were completely taken aback by his appearance. Not only was he improperly wearing the kilt way above his knees like a short skirt, he had chosen to complement it with pink stockings! If you have followed the link to the Stuart (now spelled Stewart) ...

    Our first tattoo

    A travel blog entry by euroknickknucks on Aug 22, 2011

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