Borders

Click the map for tourism ideas Upland area which forms the majority of the border between Scotland and England. The principal river, the Tweed, traverses the region west - east ; its tributaries include the River Teviot. The largest loch is St Mary's, and the only substantial area of low - lying agricultural land is the Merse in the south east, near the English border.
Craw Inn

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Reston, Berwickshire, Borders TD14 5LS. Tel: 01890 761253
Excellent 18th Century inn located in a rural village just 3 miles from the popular diving area of North Sea coastline around St. Abbs. The superb menu which includes fresh local fish dishes, home cured hams and other local seasonal ingredients is matched by the quality of the real ales and fine wines. Although in an area not often frequented by the Fat Badgers, The Craw Inn can be well recommended for also boasting the warmest of welcomes from both owner and locals alike and they even host their own beer festival.
Wheatsheaf Hotel

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The Green, Swinton, Borders TD11 3JJ. Tel: 01890 860 257
Overlooking the village green, this rustic hotel is just 5 miles from the River Tweed at the English border. The Wheatsheaf serves excellent food and well kept real ales.
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