Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Course

Address: Roxburghshire, Heiton, Kelso, Scottish Borders, Scotland, TD5 8JZ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Roxburghshire, Heiton, is near Kelso Abbey, Roxburghe Golf Course, and Roxburgh Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Heiton

    Next stop Dalhousie Castle

    A travel blog entry by yorksea on Sep 24, 2014

    15 photos

    ... the first successful clone and done here in Scotland. The architecture of the building was amazing, very airy and open.


    Living like Nobles

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 21, 2014

    6 photos

    ... name was Whisperer, Trevor was on ZingZang, and Heather had Clyde. We did do some Trotting, but mostly it was just a leisure Walk out and back in a canyon. One of my fave things from the trip for sure!!! We had the taxi take us to a local pub where we enjoyed a few drinks and lunch then headed back to Melville. We took a little walk around the grounds to check out the little river that runs nearby and also for to see some of the flowers ...

    A Castle of Our Very Own

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 20, 2014

    6 photos

    ... picante sauce. Haha. Anyway, despite Heather's Insistence that we walk to the castle, Trevor and I were a bit more astute to the surroundings and insisted on a taxi. The castle is in the center of Edinburgh at the top of a VERY high hill. We all laughed on the way up the hill in the text about how it would have been a miserable hike. Hahah The castle was very cool. We hopped on with a free tour and learned a ...

    Scotland at last

    A travel blog entry by colin.hearn.12 on May 01, 2013

    ... and the reference books Samuel was using as he worked on his messages. His work desk was in a window place where he could look out at the St.Andrews church. The view is the same today. It was there that John Wesley preached his sermon standing on his fathers grave.
    There are many other links with the Wesley Story, but time is limited.
    So it was out onto the Motorway straight up to Edinburgh.We stopped at ...

    Day 35 - A day for true believers

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 24, 2010

    4 comments, 18 photos

    ... stream, which we knew was heading down into the Tweed which we should hit about lunchtime. This first 8 kms into Broughton was perfectly flat which is always assured if you are on a rail track following a river downstream. We were walking alone and the peace was intense. As Debby said, we can hear the emptiness and listen to the breeze, we are worshipping in the church of nature. One of the benefits of walking these paths is that they are ...