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This was an unexpected deviation from the route from Edinburgh to Wales. Bloomfield B&B recommended it . I've been lucky to see a number of beautiful sites and this ranks among the best. It's off the beaten path. Take that path.
The views of the valley were stunning. Easy to understand why this amazing view of the Scottish Borders was loved by Sir Walter Scott. The story goes that he stopped here often, to the point that his horses learned to stop out of habit and...More
Scott's View is a viewpoint that overlooks the Scottish Borders and the River Tweed. On a clear day it's a gorgeous view. There are benches where one can rest and take it all in. Car park is small and the main road up in single...More
Scott's View is a scenic lookout in the Scottish Borders, which is known to have been one of Sir Walter Scott's favorite viewpoints. According to legend, Sir Walter Scott stopped at this point so often that his horses would halt without command. After his death...More
What an awesome spot this is, non the wonder old Sir Walter loved it, we do too.
Wonderful views of the surrounding area and the Eildon hills.
Come here, bring a picnic and soak up the fantastic views.
You can leave Jedburgh making for Melrose and I think you have to turn off on to a minor road. I called at the statue of William Wallace (Braveheart) on the way but it is tucked away although very impressive. Scotts View is... More
You can leave Jedburgh making for Melrose and I think you have to turn off on to a minor road. I called at the statue of William Wallace (Braveheart) on the way but it is tucked away although very impressive. Scotts View is well sign posted on brown tourist signs.