The White Swan Hotel

Address: 31-32 Market Square , Duns, Borders, Scotland, TD11 3AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 31-32 Market Square , Duns, is near Manderston.
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    Travel Blogs from Duns

    Day of the wedding

    A travel blog entry by kerrycrawford on Aug 21, 2015

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    ... During the wedding ceremony, an owl swooped down bearing the wedding rings. A quick nap and back to the celebrations. First a couple of hours of Scottish dancing (and lessons) then a final buffet snack. Scottish dances are a little confusing, so there were many collisions - but lots of fun. And tomorrow we are off to Edinburgh - it's a whole 12 miles away, so we don't have to leave too ...

    Edinburgh castle

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Jul 24, 2014

    22 photos

    ... for hammocks etched into them and doors used to keep prisoners in still held signatures and paragraphs from the captured. The royal jewels, once lost for a hundred years, were then viewed and a strict no camera policy observed. We walked through a cold concrete room where Charles II was born, and learnt about Mary Queen of Scots. She is loved here, unlike the history I learnt at home Mary is viewed as a brave saviour who had ...

    Week 4 Dominos, best thing since sliced off joints

    A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Nov 03, 2013

    15 photos

    ... workshop for the last 200 years, churning out salad bowls and platters to sell at very nice prices thank you very much. We were allowed a quick 60 second peek inside his workshop to see where he performs his magic. It took me the first 30 seconds for my eyes to adjust to the light, then the next 30 seconds to work out where the lathe was actually located. There it was, buried under 200 years of wood shavings. What a great place, ...

    So Long Emerald Isle, Hello Scotland

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... in the most 'haunted' area a girl had her ankle spontaneously dislocate. We didn't get anything paranormal happen but they did provide a good scare that had the whole tour group scream as an employee jumped out of the dark.

    All in all, the double dead tour was great fun and reasonably priced. Afterwards we wandered back to our car, drove home, watched some tv and headed to bed. The walk did what it was supposed to do as Kara had nightmares throughout the night!

    The last days

    A travel blog entry by tylerjblog on Sep 02, 2008

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    ... the Firth of Forth, and a sublime spot for sitting and pondering anything and nothing. Everyone has a spot that they can call their own, where they can sit and watch the world go by. This was Bert's spot, and I can see why. That last bit rhymed. Hehe. After driving around a bit more with tour-guide Bert, we came back to the house in time eat a great big traditional Scottish breakfast. This included bacon (the thick kind), ...