Attractions near Barony Knoll

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Floors Castle (1 Mile)*
The largest inhabited house in Scotland, home to the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe and set in the heart of the Scottish Borders Countryside.
Kelso Racecourse (1 Mile)*
Horse racing at Kelso offers the unique charm of a bygone era, coupled with the very best in modern facilities.
Smailholm Tower (5 Miles)*
Sited high on a rocky outcrop, Smailholm is a small rectangular tower set within a stone barmkin wall.
Mellerstain (6 Miles)*
Mellerstain, one of Scotland's great Georgian houses was begun in 1725 by William Adam and completed several years later by his famous son, Robert.
Dryburgh Abbey (8 Miles)*
Both beautifully situated and of intrinsic quality, the ruins of the Premonstratensian abbey at Dryburgh are remarkably complete.
Mary Queen of Scots Visitor Centre (9 Miles)*
This impressive 16th century house, set in a garden of pear trees, interprets the tragic life and times of Mary Queen of Scots.
Jedburgh Abbey (9 Miles)*
Jedburgh Abbey is one of the border abbeys founded by David I around 1138 for Augustinian canons.
Priorwood Gardens (11 Miles)*
Priorwood is a specialist garden where the plants grown are selected for their suitability for drying.
Melrose Abbey (11 Miles)*
Melrose Abbey is probably the most famous ruin in Scotland. It was founded by David I around 1136 as a Cistercian abbey, but largely destroyed by Richard II's English army in 1385.
Harmony Garden (11 Miles)*
A delightfully tranquil walled garden comprising lawns, herbaceous and mixed borders, vegetable and fruit areas, and a rich display of spring bulbs.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Barony Knoll
Kelso (< 1 Mile)*
The picturesque town of Kelso, lies in a fine setting at the junction of the Rivers Tweed and Teviot. Described by Sir Walter Scott as the most beautiful, if not the most romantic village in Scotland.
Morebattle (6 Miles)*
Gordon (7 Miles)*
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Coldstream (8 Miles)*
Coldstream is a small town situated on the river tweed, which forms the natural boundary between Scotland and England. Once a rival to Gretna for runaway marriages, the town is best known as the birthplace of the Coldstream Guards.
Jedburgh (9 Miles)*
The Historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh, once a residence of Scottish kings, lies 10 miles north of the border with England. Winner of the country town prize in Beautiful Scotland in Bloom.
Cornhill-on-Tweed (10 Miles)*
Melrose (11 Miles)*
The triple peaks of the Eildon Hills are the most distinctive single landmark in the Borders. At their feet in the valley of the River Tweed lies Melrose, the birthplace of the game of rugby sevens.
Cocklawfoot (12 Miles)*
Bedrule (12 Miles)*
Duns (13 Miles)*
Duns, the former county town with its spacious Market Square retains the air of an old Scottish burgh. Each year in July Duns holds its Summer Festival, when the Reiver leads the town on the
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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