Queens Head Hotel

Address: 24 Bridge Street, Kelso, Borders, Scotland, TD5 7JD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 24 Bridge Street, Kelso, is near Kelso Abbey, Roxburghe Golf Course, and Roxburgh Castle.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Kelso

      Week 2 - Right, lets get this gala going!

      A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Oct 15, 2013

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... readership, I've had to make an executive decision, and the wood of choice is olive ash. This afternoon I selected four of the finest looking planks of olive ash that I could lay my hands on, together with what look to me like four short fence posts for the legs. The rough wood already looks amazing, I can see some great grain patterns, together with all sorts of colours including hints of green in the wood.

      We are so tantalisingly close to letting ...

      The End?

      A travel blog entry by theworldtrip on Jan 21, 2011

      1 comment

      ... words how good the whole Chinese experience was. The local people were unexpectedly friendly and the friends we made on the adventure made this the most special of countries.

      Australia was the biggest party. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day down Coogee and Bondi, New Year Eve at Balmain, New Years Day at Field Day and gigging for Beth's birthday really was the icing on the East coast drive!

      The best single spectacle on the whole ...

      Day 36 -starting with coffee with Peebles in crowd

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 25, 2010

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... deep Scottish accent and a penchant for sarcastic humour. In the course of the first 10 mins of opening in came half a dozen men of a certain age who were clearly mates but who would never own up to it. There was no doubt this was the highlight of their week, coming into communion with each other to throw sarcastic jibes at one another and generally be exposed to humiliation. Just like the Icebergers their motto must be ...

      Edinburgh Castle

      A travel blog entry by mthokie21 on May 29, 2007

      Today we took the train from Glasgow to Edinburgh to see the castle. It was about a 45 minute train ride. It started raining on the walk to the castle and continued to rain the whole day. I had my poncho with me so that was nice. Edinburgh Castle is beautiful. I can't even describe it. I took a lot of photos. It's just impressive, that's all I can say. The view of the city from the castle is great. You can also see the Firth of Forth and an island. We spent a few hours ...

      Edinburgh, Scotland

      A travel blog entry by adventurousgal on Apr 26, 2007

      15 photos

      ... be joining my flatmates as one of them is singing with a french man at one of the pubs. It'll be my first time in a pub here so now I will know what it's like to try to interpret what a drunken Scotsman is saying! Darren (the one who recently interviewed me in a phone call) laughed when he explained how difficult it is for us Noth American's when trying to understand the scottish accents with a few drinks in them. I'll let you know ...