St Boswells (Scots: Bosells, Scottish Gaelic: Cille Bhoisil) is a village (population 1,412) on the south side of the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders, about 1 mile SE of Newtown St Boswells on the A68 road. It lies within the boundaries of the historic county of Roxburghshire.
Restaurants in St. Boswells
4.5 based on 212 reviews
Even on a misty, rainy morning there is something magical about the countryside of Scotland. Although it would have been nice to have the vista that I have seen published before (the hills and Valleys laid out for miles before us), it was still beautiful. Well worth the trip down the back roads to find it and hopefully we'll return for another gorgeous view.
4.5 based on 273 reviews
First established in 1150, Dryburgh Abbey became the premier house in Scotland of the Premonstratensian order and today continues to have a peaceful atmosphere. Despite having been set on fire three times, the chapter house features paintwork that dates back to its construction and today boasts some of the best Gothic architecture in Scotland. These graceful ruins became the burial place of David Eskrine, 11th Earl of Buchan in 1829, and three years later his friend Sir Walter Scott was also buried here.
Stunning location and well worth a visit even if this requires a detour. We combined with a stay at the Abbey Hotel and had a really relaxing and enjoyable stay.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Free to visit, this little gem is on the road between Dryburgh and Melrose/Abbotsford. There is a small parking area for maybe ten vehicles. Go through the gate and follow the path. You will come to the monument after about five minutes walk through a fragrant forest. The statue and surrounding area is almost overgrown, but it is still clearly visible from the side.
4 based on 24 reviews
5/10 min walk from the Dryburgh Abbey Hotel and close to suspension bridge on the tweed. Part of a very pleasant walk. Monument with statue of the Muses in the middle was very interesting although the faces are more modern. Belongs to an era when wealthy people erected statues across their land for their own amusement. Recommended if you're in the area.
Our Mission is to be on the same team as our customers. We want to provide outstanding customer service with highest quality products at the lowest prices. We will work diligently to make sure your orders are filled properly and promptly. Our customers will know we are there for them and will not lose sight of that responsibility and privilege. Astral Hygiene began its journey in 1992 specialising in the Hygiene and Janitorial sector. Astral Hygiene services clients throughout the UK, having grown substantially since we opened the doors. The firm is operated by a board of directors who are equipped with knowledge, experience and expertise in our core discipline of hygiene and janitorial supplies unrivalled by our competitors. We are proud of where we are today, and are excited by what tomorrow may bring. The business supplies various cleaning, hygiene and janitorial products, including Diversey, TORK, SCA and Georgia Pacific products. Sourced from the UK, the products are particularly suitable for business and domestic markets and can help reduce cost. Enabling clients to work in a safer cleaner enviroment throughout the year, the company supplies businesses with a professional cleaning and janitorial product selection. We are now in a position to offer state of the art warehousing facilities, to offer our clients and future clients janitorial supplies however large in size and scale. Astral Hygiene Ltd has an expanding customer base, based in the UK, Astral Hygiene Ltd are now distributing to all parts of the UK including many large leading prominent businesses and government facilities.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.