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Smailholm Tower in the Scottish Borders - http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2013/11/05/smailholm-tower/

After finally visiting Greenholm Tower in the Scottish Borders, we decided to do a slight detour on our drive to Galashiels to stop at Smailholm Tower.

Cringletie House - Peebles, Scottish Borders

We’ve picked out a handful of the best castle hotels - from castles to hire in the Scottish Borders to Victorian Gothic revival in the Pennines.

Peebles Scotland. Lovely little town with lots of interesting shops and a lovely river to walk alongside

Lovely little town with lots of interesting shops and a lovely river to walk alongside

Traquair House, Peebles, Scotland.

On this day in 1566 Mary Queen of Scots and Darnely visited Traquair House in the Borders to attempt a reconciliation. However, he behaved badly towards her and no agreement was met.

Dawyck house-  one of my great grandfathers built and owned this house.  I want to go here before I die or sooner!

Dawyck Botanic Garden is a botanic garden and arboretum covering 62 acre at Stobo south of Peebles in the Scottish Borders region of Scotland. The garden is situated in the Upper Tweed Valley, a National Scenic Area.

Gravestone at Cille Choirill, near River Spey, Scotland.  Photo by Susan Pogany.

Gravestone at Cille Choirill, near River Spey, Scotland. Photo by Susan Pogany.

pagewoman: “ Benmore House, Dunoon, Argyll and Bute, Scotland by Martyn Gorman ”

This Victorian mansion in the Scottish baronial style lies in the Benmore Botanic Garden. more with healing sounds:

Peebles by the river in the Scottish Borders. Sainsbury's at Northgate is a Patépaté stockist.

Peebles, Scotland - where the Williamson clan originated

Sir Walter Scott Monument, Edinburgh

Sir Walter Scott Monument, Edinburgh

Princes Street , Edinburgh

Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh,Scotland Nice foe a Main Street, eh Mais

Crannog - Into the Iron Age, Kenmore, Scotland Copyright: Alastair Seagroatt

Crannog - Into the Iron Age, Kenmore, Scotland. A crannog is a type of ancient loch-dwelling found throughout Scotland and Ireland dating from years ago.

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