Camping in the Scottish Borders: Ruberslaw

A visit to Ruberslaw Wild Woods, a Scottish Borders campsite.

Grey Mare’s Tail & Loch Skeen

Grey Mare’s Tail is one of Scotland’s most spectacular waterfalls, descending 200ft from Loch Skeen in the stunning Dumfriesshire countryside.

The Tweed Valley & Neidpath Castle, Peebles

A walk along the River Tweed by the pretty town of Peebles to find the dramatic Neidpath Castle.

Dryburgh Abbey & The River Tweed

From Sir Walter Scott to Rule Britania, we headed for a walk along St Cuthbert’s Way to explore the ruined Dryburgh Abbey.

New Lanark

New Lanark, one of only 6 World Heritage Sites in Scotland, is the jewel in the Clyde Valleys crown.

Dawdling at Dawyck Botanic Garden

Deep in the Scottish Borders lies Dawyck Botanic Garden, one of the world’s most spectacular arboretum.

St Abbs, Scottish Borders

The Scottish Borders village of St Abbs might not be the first place you think of if you are hankering for a fresh crab sandwich, but for those in the know, it’s a hallowed destination.