Location Edinburgh and The Borders

Edinburgh and The Borders Lodges

Sleeps (Min)
Beds
Features
Seton Sands Holiday Village, East Lothian
  • Sleep up to 6
  • Pet Friendly
  • On Site Facilities
  • Close to Beach
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Castlehill Stables, Peebles
  • Sleep 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Hot Tub
  • Bike Storage
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Log Cabin near Girvan
  • Sleeps 2
  • Hot Tub
  • Wi-fi
  • BBQ
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Merrick, Barend
  • Sleeps 6
  • Near Beach
  • Fishing
  • Wi-Fi
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Mouswald Lodge Park, Dumfries
  • Sleeps between 4 and 8
  • Hot Tub
  • Family Friendly
  • Scenic Surroundings
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Best Things To Do In Edinburgh and The Borders

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh is a fascinating historical attraction in the heart of the capital. The historic castle stands on castle rock providing magnificent views of the surrounding castle. Visitors can explore the inside of the castle including the Great Hall, St Margaret’s Chapel and the One o’clock Gun. Guided tours and audio tours are also available. Whilst exploring the castle, enjoy panoramic views of the city and surrounding countryside. And don’t forget to visit the cafe and gift shop before leaving.

Arthur’s Seat

Arthur’s Seat, the highest point in Holyrood Park, is an ancient volcano in a group of hills in Edinburgh. The climb to the top of Arthur’s Seat is about 2 hours but there is an easier route where you can still enjoy scenic views. You can also admire Arthur’s Seat throughout Holyrood Park if you don’t want to hike far. If you make it to the top, the views will be worth it!

Royal Botanic Garden

The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh is a scientific centre for the study of plants, their diversity and conservation. It is also a tourist attraction popular with visitors throughout the year. Visitors to the botanic garden can enjoy exploring the 70 acres of gardens featuring a diverse range of plants.

Palace of Holyroodhouse

The official residence of the Queen in Edinburgh, the Palace of Holyroodhouse is a great place to visit to discover Scottish royal history. The palace is open to visitors all year round where you can explore the state apartments, throne room, great gallery and palace gardens as well as learn about the history of Mary, Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie. Throughout the year there are special events are celebrating key holidays including Christmas and St Andrew’s Day.

Calton Hill

Calton Hill is a popular hill in central Edinburgh. A popular landmark for its scenic city views, Calton Hill has several historic monuments which are key landmarks of the city including the City Observatory and Nelson’s Monument. Set in the city centre, it is easily accessible by visitors. It also only takes around 5 minutes to climb the stairs to the top of the hill and is a great photo opportunity.

Edinburgh Zoo

Enjoy a wild day out at one of the UK’s most popular zoos, Edinburgh Zoo. The zoo covers 82 acres and is home to over 1,000 rare and endangered animals including 171 different species from giraffes and lions to tigers, pandas, monkeys and many more. Make the most of your day out by exploring all of the animal exhibits, listening to the daily talks from the experts and visiting one of the restaurants, cafes or kiosks and gift shops.

National Museum of Scotland

Discover the history of Scotland in the National Museum of Scotland. The museum has thousands of fascinating objects for you to discover. There is a wide range of collections in the museum from dinosaurs to modern technology, there is something for everyone at the National Museum of Scotland. Whether you want to learn more about Scottish history and heritage, explore the art, design and fashion galleries, visit the grand gallery for world-class discoveries or explore the natural world galleries featuring t-rex dinosaurs and a flying hippo, there is so much in this museum for a fun day out.

Berwickshire Coastal Path

Discover the beauty of the Berwickshire Coast that stretches from Cockburnspath in Scotland to Berwick-upon-Tweed, England’s most northern town that is just 2 miles from the Anglo-Scottish border. The coastal path provides magnificent clifftop scenery that covers 45km of beaches, villages and beautiful coastline. Enjoy scenic short scenic walks or long coastal walks with friends, family and your pooch!

Edinburgh Boat Charters

Edinburgh Boat Charters sail in beautiful, historic and inspiring locations. Besides corporate and private hire, Edinburgh Boat Charters offer scheduled half, full and two day trips which are popular with individuals, couples and private groups.

Melrose Abbey

Located in the Scottish Borders, Melrose Abbey is a beautiful partly ruined monastery. Founded in 1136 by Cistercian monks, it is the first Cistercian monastery in Scotland and is now open for visitors to tour and discover the magnificent history of the abbey.

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