Introduction to the Scottish Borders
Jedburgh Abbey The Scottish Borders have always lived on the edge, being the main boundary with England. Impressive ruined Abbeys abound, such as the magnificent Jedburgh Abbey shown here, as well as friendly small towns and the distinctive rolling hills and valleys.
The Borders may have its fair share of ruins but there are also key attractions such as the splendid Edwardian House at Manderston, shown right, and other historic houses and gardens. The coastline to the east is especially scenic and rugged. Manderston House
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