The Berwickshire county town of Duns has had a turbulent history, regularly invaded and raided, and with a fine historic murder to its name too – a French Ambassador no less done in nearby. These days of course it is rather quieter, a pleasant old town a few miles beyond the border with England, with good shops and a quirky medieval football tradition. That history, though, is reflected in the plethora of fine and often fortified houses in and around the town, some with their roots many centuries deep, others more modern creations, all however benefitting from the rather romantic setting with the Lammermuir Hills northwards and the Tweed Valley south.

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Duns Castle
Scottish Borders
This stunning 14th Century Castle is highly romantic and unspoiled. Exclusive use always given for…
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Wedderburn Castle
Scottish Borders
We welcome civil, religious and humanist wedding ceremonies at Wedderburn Castle. Your wedding can take…
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