With so many things to do in the Scottish Borders, Kelso Border Retreats can provide you with full information on the area prior to your visit to ensure you make the most of the beautiful Scottish Borders, including where to visit and where to eat...
The River Tweed is one of supreme salmon fishing rivers in the world. You can enjoy the excitement of early spring fishing, relax a little with some summer sport or save up to join the fishermen who from all over the world as they try their hand at catching a 'big end' salmon.
If you're lucky enough to see one of the wonders of the world - a run of salmon leaping up river in unison - we promise you'll never forget it, and if you do catch one of these 'big enders' as you soak up the autumn beauty of the leaves.
Kelso Races is a National Hunt Racecourse staging jumps racing from October through until May in the beautiful Borders countryside and picturesque town of Kelso. Voted ‘Britain’s Friendliest Racecourse’ in a Sunday Times survey, Kelso Racecourse is the ideal place to visit for a first time race goer or a seasoned professional.
Many of us know that Golf is a glorious pastime - you're out breathing the freshest of air, marvelling at the beauty of the countryside.
Golfing in the Borders caters for all levels of ability with fun practice
ranges for those who want to learn how to hit the thing to the glories of The Roxburghe Golf Club, a recently designed 18-hole championship course which has already attracted some of the greatest
players in the world.
Boots are made for walking in the Scottish Borders
Wide open spaces and sensational scenery make the Scottish Borders the perfect place for walkers all year round – whether it’s a gentle stroll or something more demanding. There are some 1500 miles of dedicated walking routes in the Scottish Borders, many of them themed, so you will often find yourself following in the footsteps of famous names from history.