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Crailing

Crailing is a village on the A698, in Teviotdale, 4m east of Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the historic county of Roxburghshire. Places nearby include Ancrum, Crailinghall, Eckford, Hownam, Kelso, Nisbet, Roxburghshire, in ...

                                               

Crailinghall

Crailinghall is a village near Oxnam in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the former Roxburghshire. Crailinghall is on the route of the St. Cuthberts way and the Roman way of heritage.

                                               

Cranshaws

Cranshaws is a village on the B6355 road, near Duns, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the former Berwickshire. Cranshaws castle only the tower remains, at Cranshaws farm on Cranshaws hill. Places nearby include Abbey St Bathans, Inner ...

                                               

Darnhall Mains

Darnhall Mains is a farm and settlement off the A703, near Eddleston and the Eddleston Water in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the former Peeblesshire. Nearby is a tower house with alternative names: Darnhall, darn hall, black Barony o ...

                                               

Darnick

Darnick is a village near Melrose in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the former Roxburghshire. The name was first recorded in 1124, and has changed from Dernewic, Dernwick and Darnwick to the present Darnick. Darnick Tower was built in ...

                                               

Denholm

Denholm is a small village located between Jedburgh and Hawick in the Scottish Borders region of Scotland, UK. The estimated population of Denholm is 600. There is a village green in the centre. It lies in the valley of the River Teviot. Denholm ...

                                               

Dewar, Scottish Borders

Dewar is a village by the Dewar Burn and Peatrig Hill, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. Places nearby include Allanshaugh, Borthwick hall, Fountainhall, Garvald, Gladhouse reservoir, Heriot water, Leithen water, and Lugate water.

                                               

Dinlabyre

Dinlabyre is a village on the B6357 in Liddesdale, on the edge of the Newcastleton Forest, close to Castleton, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the former Roxburghshire. Places nearby include the Hermitage castle, Hermitage water, new ...

                                               

Eccles, Scottish Borders

Eccles is a village and agricultural parish near Kelso in Berwickshire in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. The village is conjoined with Birgham and Leitholm.

                                               

Eckford, Scottish Borders

Eckford is a small village located between the larger towns of Kelso and Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders. The village is in close proximity to both the River Teviot and its tributary the Kale Water,and the A698 and the B6401 which run approximat ...

                                               

Eddleston

Eddleston is a small village and civil parish in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. It lies 4 miles north of Peebles and 9 miles south of Penicuik on the A703, which passes through the centre of the village. Nearby is the Great Polish Map of ...

                                               

Foulden, Scottish Borders

Foulden is a civil parish and village in the Berwickshire area of Scottish Borders, Scotland, situated not far above the Whiteadder Water, and 7 miles west of Berwick-upon-Tweed. It was "one of the most striking village ensembles in the borders" ...

                                               

Gavinton

Gavinton is a small settlement in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, 2 kilometres south-west of Duns, the former county town of Berwickshire. The hamlet sits on a minor road off the A6105 Duns to Greenlaw road at grid reference NT767521.

                                               

Gordon, Scottish Borders

Gordon is a village in the old county of Berwickshire, Scotland and is now part of the Scottish Borders Council. The village sits on the crossroads of the A6106 Earlston to Duns road and the A6089 Edinburgh to Kelso road, it is 6 miles east of Ea ...

                                               

Hadden, Roxburghshire

Hadden, Roxburghshire, is a small town in Scotland near Kelso, Scottish Borders, and is now part of the Scottish Borders District. "Hadden is an inhabited place in the parish of Sprouston."

                                               

Hownam

Hownam is a small village and parish situated 8 miles east of Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, near the Anglo-Scottish border, in the former Roxburghshire. Hownam is situated South of Morebattle, on Kale water. The parish bounda ...

                                               

Hume, Scottish Borders

Hume is a village in Berwickshire, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. On the B6364, it lies seven miles from Kelso, Roxburghshire. It is close to other villages and amenities, e.g. Brotherstone Hill, Smailholm, Smailholm Tower, Floors Cast ...

                                               

Hutton, Scottish Borders

Hutton is a small village in the Scottish Borders region of Scotland. Historically part of Berwickshire, it is a traditional, country village surrounded by farmland.

                                               

Ladykirk, Scottish Borders

Ladykirk is a village on the B6470 in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, and the former Berwickshire, just north of the River Tweed and the Anglo-Scottish border. The town was formerly known as Upsettlington, but King James IV of Scotland ren ...

                                               

Lilliesleaf

Lilliesleaf is a small village and civil parish 7 miles south east of Selkirk in the Roxburghshire area of Scottish Borders of Scotland. Other places nearby include Ancrum, Ashkirk, Belses, Hassendean, Midlem, Minto house, old Belses, Saint Boswe ...

                                               

Linton, Scottish Borders

People have lived in the area since prehistoric times: on the summit of Linton Hill there is an Iron Age fort. Linton was a substantial village in the Middle ages. The Somerville family first appear in the records as from Linton, in 1136. There w ...

                                               

Makerstoun

Makerstoun is a parish in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, as well as the historic county of Roxburghshire, 4 miles south-west of Kelso. The parish lies to the North of the tweed river), which forms the southern boundary of the parish. It i ...

                                               

Maxton, Roxburghshire

Maxton is a hamlet and civil parish in Roxburghshire, Scotland, and part of the Scottish Borders region. Maxton is close to the A68, South of St Boswells, North of Ancrum, and to the East of Newtown St Boswells Maxton is a part of SV. Cuthberts w ...

                                               

Menzion

Menzion lies along the Menzion burn, being separated into Nether Menzion and Over Menzion. Nether Menzion lies at the foot of the burn near the Fruid road. The burn is surrounded on both sides by commercial forestry which is set back to reduce th ...

                                               

Mertoun

Mertoun is a parish in the south-west of the historic county of Berwickshire in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. Together with the parish of Maxton, Roxburghshire it forms the Maxton and Mertoun Community Council area. It was included in th ...

                                               

Minto, Scottish Borders

Minto is a village and parish in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland in Roxburghshire county. It is located 6 miles north-east of Hawick, north of the River Teviot.

                                               

Morebattle

Morebattle is a village in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, on the B6401, seven miles south of Kelso, Scottish Borders, beside the Kale Water, a tributary of the River Teviot. The St. Cuthberts Way long distance footpath passes through the ...

                                               

Mowhaugh

Mowhaugh is a hamlet and farm steading near the Calroust Burn and the Bowmont Water, near Morebattle, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, and in the former Roxburghshire. It is situated about 5 miles from the Anglo-Scottish Border.

                                               

Nenthorn

Nenthorn is a parish and hamlet in the south of the historic county of Berwickshire in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. It is included in the Floors, Makerstoun, Nenthorn and Smailholm Community Council area, which also includes the parishe ...

                                               

Newcastleton

Newcastleton, is a village in the Scottish Borders, a few miles from the border with England, on the Liddel Water. It is the site of Hermitage Castle. Newcastleton is located 10 miles 16 km East from the town of Langham, 17 Mi 27 km South of Hawi ...

                                               

Newstead, Scottish Borders

Newstead is a village in the Scottish Borders, about 1.3 miles east of Melrose. It has a population of approximately 260, according to the 2001 census.

                                               

Press Castle

Press Castle is a village with 17th-century manor house and country estate in the Scottish Borders, 2m west of Coldingham, by the Ale Water. NT871654. This area is famous for its colonies of red squirrels.

                                               

Preston, Scottish Borders

Preston is a small village in the ancient county of Berwickshire, now an administrative area of the Scottish Borders region of Scotland. It lies within the local Abbey St Bathans, Bonkyl & Preston Community Council area. The United parishes of Bu ...

                                               

Redscarhead

Redscarhead is a village in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, off the A703, by the Eddleston Water, and close to Cringletie. In the village there is a monument to George Meikle Kemp, the architect who designed the Scott monument in Edinburgh.

                                               

Roberton, Scottish Borders

Roberton is a small village in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, on the B711 and near to the A7, five miles from Hawick, 22 miles from Galashiels, and 23 miles from Langholm. It is situated by the Ale Water, the Alemoor Loch and the Borthwic ...

                                               

Roxburgh (village)

Roxburgh is a village off the A699, by the River Teviot, near Kelso in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. It should not be confused with the historic Royal town of Roxburgh, which is located about 2 miles 3.2 km North-East of the present vill ...

                                               

St Boswells

St Boswells is a village on the south side of the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders, about 1 mile SE of Newtown St Boswells on the A68 road. It lies within the boundaries of the historic county of Roxburghshire. It has a hotel, post office, exc ...

                                               

Salenside

Salenside is a village off the A7, on the Ale Water, near Ashkirk, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the former Selkirkshire. There was a Salenside Tower house, but nothing remains of it. Salenside Farm and Salenside Cottage exist. The ...

                                               

Saughtree

Saughtree is a hamlet in the Scottish Borders at the junction of the B6357 and an unnamed road from Kielder village in Northumberland, England. It is at the confluence of the River Liddle and Dawston Burn. The valley of the Liddle is known as Lid ...

                                               

Smailholm

Smailholm is a small village in the historic county of Roxburghshire in south-east Scotland. It is at grid reference NT648364 and straddles the B6397 Gordon to Kelso road. The village is almost equidistant from both, standing 6 miles northwest of ...

                                               

Spittal-on-Rule

Spittal-on-Rule is a farm in the council area of Scottish Borders in Scotland. As the name suggests it is situated on the river Rule Water, and the Spittal-on-Rule bridge crosses the Rule. More specifically, it lies where Rule Water meets the Riv ...

                                               

Swinton, Scottish Borders

Swinton is a small village in the Scottish Borders. It is in the former county of Berwickshire, around 5 miles south-east of Duns, and 3 miles north-west of the Anglo-Scottish border.

                                               

Traquair

Traquair is a small village and civil parish in the Scottish Borders, until 1975 it was in the county of Peeblesshire. The village is situated on the B709 road 2.0 miles south of Innerleithen at grid reference NT330346.

                                               

Walkerburn

Walkerburn is a small village in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, on the A72 about 8 miles from Peebles and 10 miles from Galashiels. It was founded in 1854 to house the workers on the tweed factories owned by the Ballantyne family. Walkerb ...

                                               

West Linton

West Linton is a village and civil parish in southern Scotland, on the A702. It was formerly in the county of Peeblesshire, but since local government re-organisation in the mid-1990s it is now part of Scottish Borders. Many of its residents are ...

                                               

Yarrow Feus

                                               

Yarrow Feus

Yarrow is a place and parish in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland and in the former county of Selkirkshire.The name "Yarrow" may derive from the Celtic word garw meaning "rough" or possibly share a derivation with the English name "Jarrow". T ...

                                               

Cambus, Clackmannanshire

Cambus is a village near Alloa, Clackmannanshire. It is located to the south of Tullibody, to the northwest of Alloa, and about 4 miles east of Stirling, across the river. It lies on the River Devon, near its confluence with the River Forth.

                                               

Hillfoots Villages

The Hillfoots Villages are the villages and small towns which lie at the base of the southern scarp face of the Ochil Hills, formed by the Ochil Fault, in Stirlingshire and Clackmannanshire in central Scotland. From the West to the East of the co ...

                                               

Menstrie

Menstrie is a village in the county of Clackmannanshire in Scotland. It is about 5 miles east-north-east of Stirling and is one of a string of towns that, because of their location at the base of the Ochil Hills, are collectively referred to as t ...

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