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St Albans
Scottish Borders
TD11 3BB

Contact: Gwen Kenworthy
Tel: 01361 883 285
  • £66 per room - £70 per room per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 4
  • St Albans Grading : 4
  • Children Allowed : sorry, adults only
  • Pets Allowed : enquire
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • St Albans Duns -

    This lovely family run four star B&B is set in the heart of Berwickshire, with spectacular views all the way to the Cheviot Hills in England.

    The Borders are an excellent centre for touring the South of Scotland and the north of England This part of the country is steeped in history with many castles and stately homes. (We have one about 2 miles away with a silver staircase! ) Many of them are still lived in by the original families. The countryside is beautiful and varied from flat farmland to high moorland. Edinburgh is only about an hours drive away. Its famous castle and Holyrood Palace where the Queen stays when she comes to Edinburgh are both open to the public and there are theatres, museums, art galleries, a Zoo and Botanical gardens. The" Royal Mile" has many old houses, some from the 16thcentury that can be visited
    Newcastle is only 20 minutes further to the South of Duns. On the coast there is Holy Island which was one of the cradles of Christianity and the home of St. Cuthbert. The famous Lindisfarne Gospels came from there (they are now in the British museum in London) and in Spring there are puffins nesting on the Farne Islands which can be visited by a short boat trip. The valley of the River Tweed has many old abbeys to explore. Even the West Coast is only a day trip away.
    There is Offroad Adventure driving and Quad Biking. Clay Pigeon Shooting,
    Horse Riding (BS safety hats provided) Beach rides, Golf, (there 5-6 championship courses within reach and many excellent local courses, Remember Scotland was the home of "Gowf"!) Tennis, swimming and many other activities. It is wise to book some of these in advance.
    There are some web sites which may give you more information about us

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    Contact:  Gwen Kenworthy   Tel:  01361 883 285   -   Website: > (Click Here)


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