After lunch we head up to Scott’s View, overlooking the River Tweed and is reputed to be Sir Walter Scott’s favourite view in all of Scotland. We then head to Dryburgh Abbey (Built in the year 1150) on the banks of the River Tweed. Sir Walter Scott is buried at this Abbey, as well as Earl Haig.
We then head south to the immensely impressive Jedburgh Abbey. It was founded in the 12th century and dedicated to the Virgin Mary. We use a fisheye lens here to again capture images that most tourists simply don’t get.
From Jedburgh Abbey it is a short drive to Kelso Abbey, also founded in the 12th century, founded by a group of Tironensian monks.
The tour starts at 0845am and pick up is at Waterloo Place in Edinburgh and we aim to have you back to Waterloo Place between 4.30pm and 5.30pm. The cost is £150.00 for one person; £250.00 for two people; £350.00 for three people. A camera can be provided at no additional cost, if required.