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With their rolling hills, salmon-filled rivers, historic towns and ancient abbeys, the Scottish Borders are perfect for a foodie, outdoors-y holiday Often overshadowed by Edinburgh and the Highlands, the Scottish Borders is a sleepy and picturesque area with a history to be reckoned with.
Stately homes, abbeys and fortified towers give testament to Borderers of old from the 13th-century Borders Reivers, to the 17th-century Jacobites, and the 19th-century poet, Sir Walter Scott, these lands have seen heroic battles and borne literary heroes.
Abb's Head near Eyemouth." "The home of the Rugby Sevens is scattered with golf courses and spots for salmon fishing (especially the River Tweed).
Take a trip to Hawick, the Home of Cashmere, visit in June or July for the Common Ridings and Gala/Civic weeks, tour the Abbey Towns, or walk St Cuthberts/Southern Upland Way." "Edenwater House at Ednam, near Kelso, is great for food - the owners had a good restaurant in Edinburgh for years but retired to the Borders to run this old rectory.
Among the best are Hawick Cashmere in Kelso, and House of Hogarth in Melrose.