The Borders and the Southwest Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Borders and the Southwest - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre

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Housed in a former farmhouse 3 miles north of Jedburgh, this visitor center portrays life in the Scottish Borders through art exhibitions...

Hermitage Castle

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To appreciate the famous 20-mile ride of Mary, Queen of Scots—she rushed to the side of her wounded lover, the earl of Bothwell—travel...

Jedburgh Abbey

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The most impressive of the Borders abbeys towers above Jedburgh. The abbey was nearly destroyed by the English earl of Hertford's forces...

Jedburgh Castle Jail

  • Museum/Gallery

This was the site of the Howard Reform Prison, established in 1820. It sits behind the front of the castle that previously stood in the...

Mary, Queen of Scots House

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This bastel (from the French bastille ) was the fortified town house in which, as the story goes, Mary stayed before embarking on...

Waterloo Monument

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The imposing tower is an enduring reminder of the power of the landowning gentry: a marquis of Lothian built the monument in 1815, with...

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