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Useful Links

Below are some useful links to local attractions, places to stay, places to visit and things to do.


Pennine Way

Pennine Way National Trail is one of the most famous National Trails. A great place for upland walking through some beautiful landscapes


Kelso Abbey

One of the most spectacular architectural achievements in medieval Scotland.

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Beirhope Alpacas

Beirhope Alpacas offer an Alpaca hike where you get to enjoy some amazing Scottish Countryside scenery while being one to one with an Alpaca.


St. Cuthbert’s Way

a hugely popular 63 mile trail from Melrose in the Scottish Borders to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne in Northumberland.


Yetholm Heritage Centre

Hetitage Centre based in Town Yetholm offering amazing history and archaeology of this beautiful and interesting region.


Harestanes Visitor Centre

Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre is a great starting point for a family day out as it is set in beautiful countryside near Jedburgh


Yetholm riding
of the Marches

A historic tradition that happens in the Scottish Borders Towns where they ride horses from local towns on a followed route and returning back to the town.


The Plough Hotel

Located on the Main Street in Town Yetholm, this beautiful family and dog friendly country hotel brings you much more than the norm.

They boast a large whisky and gin collection, 2 hand pulls that feature real ales mainly from the local breweries including Born in the Borders, Alnwick Ales and Belhaven Brewery. Plus well known classics such as Old Speckled Hen and Ruddle’s. They also have a selection of wines and an array of soft drinks including mocktails. When dining with them, they offer the best in pub fare, with delicious bar snacks also available.

The Border Hotel

Dating from 1750 The Border Hotel offers a welcome sight to the discerning traveller. It’s commanding position at the head of the village green catches the imagination with its traditional thatched roof and eye catching frontage. It’s walls steeped in a rich history exude a magnetic draw and envelop the visitor into it.

A warm friendly welcome awaits you as you enter the cosy bar with its fine selection of beverages to enjoy in front of the roaring open fire while the tempting menu our chefs have created using local produce offers a fine selection of freshly prepared and well presented dishes to satisfy the hungry traveller.


Kirkfield Caravan Park

Kirkfield Caravan Park, based in Town Yetholm in The Scottish Borders has been run by the same family for the last 50 years with the third generation slowly taking over the reins!

Open to the public from the 1st April through to the 31st October

The park is southernly facing, so enjoys the sun when the weather permits. We have 28 pitches on the park, some are positioned on a gentle slope and some on flat areas, and we have a few designated seasonal pitches. The rest of the park can accommodate caravans and motorhomes on either hard standing or grass pitches.

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