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What’s on East Scottish Borders

With the Southern Upland Way cutting along their slopes en route to Cockburnspath on the coast, the Lammermuir Hills to the north make for excellent walking - as do the cliff-top paths along the area’s dramatic coastline. The St Abb’s Head National Nature Reserve is a major attraction, and the coastal waters off St Abbs and Eyemouth also provide some of the east coast’s best diving locations. The fine sandy beach at Coldingham Bay is a haven for surfers, while historical sites of interest include Manderston House, the Jim Clark Room at Duns, and Paxton House, a few miles south of Eyemouth.

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15th August 2014, Scottish Borders:

Don’t miss a night of pure sixties nostalgia.

May - September, East Borders

Manderston is the country house of Edwardian Scotland, standing in 56 acres of formal and informal gardens.

March/April - October, Scottish Borders:

In addition to a varied programme of exhibitions and workshops, the Museum houses permanent displays exploring the history of the parish and its people.

March/April - October, Scottish Borders:

Built to the design of John Adam in 1758, Paxton House is amongst the finest Palladian Houses in Britain.

April - October, Scottish Borders:

Discover the history of Eyemouth and its people.

March - October, Scottish Borders:

Opened by Jackie Stewart and dedicated to Berwickshire man, Jim Clark (1936 - 1968), the museum provides a comprehensive account of Clark’s motor racing career from district club competition to World Championship Formula One.

Year-round, Scottish Borders:

Sheer cliffs loom from the sea at St Abb’s Head, giving dramatic views of the Berwickshire coastline and providing an early summer home for nesting seabirds.


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