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We stopped here on our way to Dryburgh Abbey, you will not be disappointed (unless foggy!!) just go through the gate and sit and soak it all up.
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This beautiful countryside is hard to describe as it is equal to any view in all of Scotland. The side story of Scott's funeral procession horse drawn hearse, pausing one last time for Scott to enjoy the view is completely understandable!
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This view has been a source of creative inspiration over the centuries and stands as a fine tribute to Scott. We love this part of Scotland, with the Abbey and the wonderful array of mature deciduous trees standing so perfectly in harmony with the undulating landscape. It is a
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Sir Walter Scott's famous favourite view. Each visit catches a different mood. Take a camera and keep a lovely memory.
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Marvellous! What a stunning view from this stop en route to the magnificent Wallace statue or Dryburgh Abbey. On a clear day you can see for miles!
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