The Townhouse Hotel

Market Square, Melrose, Borders, Scotland, TD6 9PQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Market Square, Melrose, is near Melrose Abbey, Abbotsford House, Dryburgh Abbey, and Thirlestane Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Melrose

    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by donaldmcintosh on Mar 27, 2014

    6 photos

    ... since she had no idea there was a Selkirk in canada. We exchanged contact information and chad and I ran through some pouring rain back to meet the group Our next stop was at Hadrians wall. That was a pretty cool site at house steads where the Romans under the emperor Hadrian decided they couldn't conquer Scotland they built a wall to keep them out. There was a good amount of walking which the students complained about and it didn't help that it was pretty windy and quite ...

    The Old Photos Come Out

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Mar 05, 2014

    6 photos

    ... on the banks of the River Tweed, very famous for salmon fishing. There have been quite a few walking paths created in the wider area so we managed to get a decent length walk in and work up an appetite for lunch.

    As it was Maria's first time visiting David's mum and dad's house, his mum was keen to show the old pictures and movies of David as a baby and toddler.


    Bike Trip on the Union Canal

    A travel blog entry by eric.suzy on Jul 13, 2013

    16 photos

    ... along the Union Canal! Starting at Edinburgh Quay, the canal runs over aqueducts, through tunnels, and past a story-book country side.

    Before the railroad was established, the Union Canal was built to accommodate commerce between Glasgow to Edinburgh. At Falkirk, there was a series of 11 locks needed to get boats through. Now, the famous Falkirk Wheel has replaced the locks. When it was opened in 1822, a ...

    A Wall

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jul 12, 2013

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... a pub and learned that Mary Queen of Scots was born here and that Andy Murray from Dunblane (just down the road) had just won Wimbelton's men's singles, the first Scot to win in 77 years. Nan's house is gorgeous and she very accommodating, as are all the B &B owners I've met to date. I went to bed early and slept very well, then got up in the morning with the intention of getting to Edinburgh - which I did, via another train. This time when I approached the city, I knew ...

    Scotland for the day

    A travel blog entry by puffinspotting on Jun 27, 2012

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... The zoo is built on quite a steep hill slash small mountain so walking it helped keep me warm despite the grey clouds, biting wind and drizzly sky.

    I took a walk down Princes' street for a little window-shopping and then headed back to the airport on a bus which took me past Arthur's Seat, but not up it.

    Scotland, in all, was a success and I'm excited to one day head back; hopefully with a little more time up my sleeve and you by my ...