Kelso market held 4th Saturday every month.
The picturesque town of Melrose is located next to the Eildon Hills and is the birthplace of Rugby Sevens, the triple peaks of the Eildon Hills are the most distinctive single landmark in the Scottish Borders. The area around Melrose has been inhabited for thousands of years, the roman army built a major fort nearby named Trimontium “Place of the three hills”.
The ruined Melrose Abbey dates from 1136, a casket discovered believed to contain the heart of Robert the Bruce was marked by a re-burial ceremony. The welcoming town of Kelso is our next stop, nestling in the heart of the Scottish borders it offers so much to see and do.
The spacious Kelso square claims to be the largest in Scotland, at its centre is still the Bull Ring a reminder of past market days it is now host to many specialist shops, nearby is Floors Castle, Scotland’s largest inhabited house, stands in the parkland overlooking the tweed. It holds outstanding collections of paintings, furniture, porcelain and tapestry.
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