Welcome To Kelso, Scottish Borders
Kelso in the Scottish Borders is regarded as one of the most charming and beautiful towns in the Borders. With the largest town market square in Scotland, four cobbled streets converge on the cobbled town square with it’s elegant Georgian and Victorian buildings.
This is Kelso, a thriving Scottish Borders town with an extensive history dating back to 1128. The unique town centre boasts an array of small independent businesses and traditional family run shops.
Kelso stands on the banks of the River Tweed with its world famous salmon fishing and is an ideal location for exploring the Scottish Borders and North Northumberland.
Local Scottish Border attractions include Floors Castle inhabited by the Duke of Roxburghe which is the largest family owned house in Scotland, the ruined Kelso Abbey dating back to 1128, the historic Rennie Bridge as well as an array of stunning Georgian and Victorian architecture.
Kelso also has a huge array of sport and recreation including salmon fishing, golf, cycle and walking routes and also the horse racing track known as ‘Britain’s Friendliest Racecourse’.
So whether you want a day away, a relaxing break or a fun packed holiday, Kelso is the Scottish Borders destination for you.