The small towns and villages of Berwickshire offer holidays
with all you could wish for, from the picturesque harbour
villages of the Berwickshire coast on the East to the towns
and villages inland surrounded by acres of undulating hills
with imposing mansions, beautiful gardens and historic landmarks.
The whole of Berwickshire offers, for the more active, recreational
pursuits such as horseriding, golfing, cycling, fishing, walking,
birdwatching, diving, surfing and canoeing.
Below is just an introduction to some parts of Berwickshire,
for more information click on the links to the individual
towns/villages on the right.
The museum at Coldstream features the history of
the Coldstream Guards. Nearby at the Hirsel you can enjoy
lakeside and woodland walks, longer over lunch at lakeside
picnic tables and buy high quality craft products direct from
At Duns Castle there is an outstanding 190 acre Wildlife
Nature Reserve and the nearby town of Duns has a Jim Clark
museum devoted to the late world champion racing driver.
At Eyemouth the colourful local fishing fleet carries on
a traditional industry that has lasted for more than 700 years.
The local museum is the home of the magnificent Eyemouth tapestry
commemorating the terrible loss of life in the Eyemouth fishing
disaster of 1881.