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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Queens Head Hotel Kelso

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    Travel Blogs from Kelso

    Castle Country in Borders and East Lothian

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 28, 2015

    55 photos

    ... and also my
    last Scottish castle. Tantallon Castle is a dramatic looking ruin located on a coastal
    headland about 15 miles east of Edinburgh. The huge castle was built around
    1350 as the seat of the Douglas (Red Douglases) earls of Angus, but was
    destroyed by Oliver Cromwell’s army in the 1600s. The castle faces directly out
    to Bass Rock, a huge rock that sticks out of the North Sea between Lothian and
    Fife that once had a small monastery but now just has a ...

    Haggis, Tatties and Neaps. The land of whiskey.

    A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Aug 24, 2012

    10 photos

    ... and arrows. I was relieved nobody sang Kumbyah. But actually it was a lot of fun and I got to re-meet a lot of Andies mates that I had met here years ago. A good bunch. The wedding on Monday should be a blast.
    After the bucks(stags in the UK) We dropped Dee's mum off in Newcastle Upon Tyne (Known locally as, The toon) and headed to see our Scottish paragliding mates Brian and Moira. We had a lovely meal and a great evening gas bagging and generally having a ...

    Day 38 - accompanied by a bad smell!!

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 27, 2010

    14 comments, 7 photos

    ... Burt's for a pre-dinner drink and the first really poor pint of real ale Keith has experienced so far - it was called Caledonian 80. We moved on to an appealing french brasserie called Marmion which lived up to our expectations. Debby's wild mushroom soup starter was very tasty and we both thoroughly enjoyed a confit of duck and yummy desserts before retiring to our comfortable room at the delightful Dunfermline House B&B just two doors ...

    Thankyou to waymarked footpaths

    A travel blog entry by trishandben on Jul 08, 2008

    10 photos

    ... to charge us for the two tents and dogs, but 12 a night for the camper van (even when on their price list it said 11!!). When I said sorry, they would lose our custom, he got decidedly rude!!! Hence that is why we are in a fishermans car park!!! The weather has been trying too!! I got absolutely soaked a couple of days ago, and it's not much fun for Padi either driving in the pouring rain looking for a spot for us to stay the night, and then hoping the rain will ...

    16 Kilts, 2 Bagpipes, Haggis and a Picnic Rug!

    A travel blog entry by lozdotcom on May 29, 2007

    56 photos

    ... Saturday arv we walked up to the Castle, then down the Royal Mile where all in one shop I picked up badge, patch and shotglass - pretty bloody stoked about that! After that we just wandered around town, picked up some food for dinner, then headed home. One observation I did make were the amount of ginger-headed people in Edinburgh! Do you think it has something to do with the fact that I'm dating one?? He's defo the better looking of all of them!! Had a relaxing dinner ...