A New Year…
It’s January and with the New Year comes resolutions to do better. Well, you could do no better than visiting the Scottish Borders at this time of year. Enjoy the many historic towns and savour the flavours of good Scottish fayre in restaurants, coffee shops and traditional pubs.
Explore a landscape strewn with sturdy hill forts, amazing ancient castles, some still standing, others in ruins, giving a hint of the tumultuous past of the region. It doesn’t always meld with the picturesque rolling, windswept, sheep-strewn hills and quiet valleys that may all seem agreeably placid to today’s visitor.
Frosty mornings still greet you, but winter sunshine and fresh breezes can be the catalyst for days of exploration. Whether it is countryside glory or town centre wonder you seek, every day can bring enjoyable discovery. There are many towns and villages in the region and each has a unique story to tell. History and heritage awaits your attention, buildings and monuments providing the information you need to help you learn more about their significant pasts. And, as you learn more and more you will understand the attraction that brings many repeat visitors to the area.
A fresh start to the year offers you the chance to set goals and develop new avenues of learning. Make sure you include the discovery of Scotland’s best attributes in this year’s agenda.If you thought it would be quiet in the Scottish Borders at this time of year, you couldn’t be more wrong! Find all the information you need here on this site.It’s all happening in the Scottish Borders, check it out on this website.
Scottish Borders Living links to the towns throughout the Scottish Borders. From this page, you can access each town, see what they have to offer as they each present a unique heritage, independent shopping, great eating and dining locations, places to stay and amazing produce. Take time to explore the towns of the Scottish Borders and learn more – you won’t be disappointed!
Scottish Borders Living is an exciting region-wide network of town websites, supporting towns, high streets, communities, businesses along with the hospitality and tourism sectors.