This is a level and peaceful site on the edge of Melrose, (easy for shopping) and overlooked by the three hills which gave rise to its Roman name of Trimontium.
Melrose is famous for two things: its wined Abbey and for being the place where Rugby Sevens was invented in 1883, so if youre a fan, teiphone the site for the date when the Border teams meet for their annual Melrose Sevens Rugby Tournament.
Other sports facilities adjacent to the site are tennis, playing fields and a playground and theres fishing in the Tweed.
From N on A68 - turn R at rndabt onto A6091 (Galashiels); in abt 342m at rndabt turn R onto B6374 (sp Melrose). Site on R at filling stn opp Melrose Rugby Club. From S on A68 - turn L onto A6091; then as above. From S & W on A7 - turn R at rndabt onto A6091 (sp Jedburgh); in l42m at rndabt turn L onto B6374 (sp Melrose); then as above. Note: New arrivals are requested not to arrive before 12 noon to avoid congestion. No late night arrivals area.
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