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The Capon Tree, Jedburgh

The Capon Tree, Jedburgh

Just outside Jedburgh is the Capon Tree believed to be the last survivor of the ancient Jed Forest. The tree is a hollow Oak tree now held up in places by wooden supports and is thought to be about 1000 years old. The tree can be visited by parking just opposite or a...
Bar of silver

Bar of silver

April 2022 brought us two brothers both here for the fishing on the beautiful River Tweed. Congratulations goes to Mr Rob Burns who landed this lovely 8lbs salmon caught between the coals on the Rutherford beat. It’s great to see fish being caught up here in the...
Pick Your Own!

Pick Your Own!

The sun is out, it’s a beautiful warm July day and we need a socially distant outdoor activity with a tasty reward. So off to  Border Berries at Rutherford a short drive along the river from Kelso to pick the best strawberries you will find anywhere! Stepping...
Springtime in the garden

Springtime in the garden

The weather is warming and green shoots are providing hope of better things to come. The courtyard garden at Inglestone House provides a sheltered spot for Spring flowers. The hellebores are particularly lovely at this time of year and we have a number of different...

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