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    Scottish Borders Tourist Board

    Information on places to stay and things to do while visiting the area.

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    The Glenholm Centre

    Family-run 3 star guest house set on an upland sheep farm near Broughton. Lists accommodation details and information on computer training courses.

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    Ferniehirst Mill Lodge and Riding Centre

    Offering trail riding and trekking holidays in the Cheviot Hills. Includes details of the centre, bed and breakfast accommodation, price list and booking form. Information about available horses is also included.

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    Pentland Hills Icelandics

    The largest herd of Icelandic horses in Britain. Icelandic horses for sale, and offer treks into the countryside. All the horses are fully pedigreed, and are either Scottish bred or Icelandic imports. [Carlops]

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    Discover the Borders

    Information on things to do and places to visit in the Scottish Borders.

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    Tweeddale Tourist Consortia

    The Tweeddale area of the Scottish Borders is 40 minutes from Edinburgh and includes national treasures such as Traquair and Neidpath Castle - where stay and what to do.

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    Angecroft Park

    A caravan site offering holiday lodges and static caravans for hire or sale. [Ettric]

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    Borders Abbeys Way

    "A circular walk (64 miles) passing by four 12th century abbeys; information about the route, accommodation and services for walkers, and historical background."

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    Dive St Abbs and Eyemouth

    "Clear water wreck and marine reserve diving; includes services offered, details on accommodation and local news."

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    St Mary's Loch

    Offers a virtual tour. Lists accommodation information, visitor attractions, eating establishments and local history.

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