The Cobbles can be found in the heart of the market town of Kelso. Kelso rests in the Scottish Borders near the rivers Tweed and Teviot and is famous for its excellent salmon fishing.
The town is regarded as one of the most charming and quaint places in the region due to its cobbled streets, elegant Georgian buildings and French-style market square.
What To Do In Kelso
The town is home to two 18-hole golf-courses, allowing you to perfect that swing while enjoying the scenery. There is also an ice rink and various local sports clubs.
There is even a superb National Hunt horseracing track.
Places To Visit In Kelso
The picturesque Kelso Abbey ruin is well worth a visit. Also the grand Floors Castle that dates back to 1726 is a must-see due to its remarkable architecture.
Events take place all year-round in Kelso. Occasions such as the Scottish National Scooter Rally, the Jim Clark Road Rally, the Championship Dog Show, the Border Union Agricultural Show, the British Motorcycle Federation Rally and the famous Kelso Ram Sales are all held annually across the river a the Border Union Agricultural Showground at Springwood Park. There is also Kelso’s Civic Week, a typical series of summer celebrations in the Border tradition and including Common Ridings held every year in July.
Where to stay when visiting
Abbeyside Bed & Breakfast 01573 223915
Bellevue Guest House 01573 224588
Burnbrae Holiday Cottages 01573 225570
Duncan House 01573 225682
Eckford Hall Steading B & B 07855 868342
Edenbank Guest House 01573 226734
Edenmouth Farm Cottages 01890 830391
Kelso Border Retreats 01573 450783
Tara Bed & Breakfast 01573 226276
The Old Priory 01573 223030
Whitehouse Country House 01573 460343
Scottish Borders Holiday Lets 07714 301532 / 07714 301533