Coldstream attractions

Coldstream attractions

Coldstream NorthumberlandColdstream is in Northumberland, a county that borders Cumbria to the west, County Durham to the south, Tyne and Wear to the southeast, the Scottish Borders to the north and has nearly 80 miles of North Sea coastline. It is an area of uncrowded golden sandy beaches, stunning countryside set amongst two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the rugged Northumberland National Park. There are more castles in Northumberland than anywhere else in England and the Holy Island of Lindisfarne is the birthplace of English Christianity.

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Attractions Heatherslaw Corn Mill, (John Murphy) Ford Village, Cornhill-on-Tweed Tel: 01890 820338. For the last 25 years, the Heatherslaw Corn Mill has been open to the public as a working museum producing wholemeal flour from local wheat. Situated next to the River Till, it has been the site of a mill for over seven hundred years and the corn mill still uses traditional techniques. About 8 miles east of Coldstream.

Heatherslaw Corn Mill

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Attractions Heatherslaw Light Railway.Tel: 01890 820244 Lies on the B6354 between Ford and Etal Villages. A 15” gauge railway which runs from Heatherslaw Mill to Etal Village. About 7 miles east of Coldstream.

Heatherslaw Light Railway

Borders

AttractionsFloors Castle, Kelso, Roxburghshire Tel:01573 223333. The largest inhabited castle in Scotland, home to the Duke and Duchess of Roxburgh and their family. Spectacular State rooms filled with priceless European paintings, tapestries and furnishings. Coffee shop, licensed Restaurant and gift shop. About 2 miles west of Coldstream.

Floors Castle

Attractions Kelso Racecourse, Kelso, Roxburghshire TD5 7SX Tel: 01668 281611 Situated in the Borders, just to the north of the town centre, Kelso Racecourse is close to the junction of the A6089 and the A699. www.kelso-races.co.uk. About 2 miles north of Coldstream.

Kelso Racecours

Attractions Kelso Abbey, in the care of Historic Scotland. Ruins of the west end of the great abbey church built in 1128 by the Tironesian monks from France. Only fragmentary remains after its repeated destruction by the English, but still an impressive structure. About 2 miles north of Coldstream.

Kelso Abbey

Attractions Teviot Water Gardens, Kirkbank House, Kelso, Roxburghshire Tel: 01835 850253 Located in the heart of the Scottish Borders, discover the tranquility of the riverside display garden. Food/Craft Hall and Aquatic/Garden Centre with an extensive range of plants, equipment and fish. www.teviotwatergardens.co.uk. About 5 miles south of Coldstream.

Teviot Water Gardens

The Hirsel

Attractions The Hirsel, Coldstream Tel: 01890 882834. The Country Park is open all year during daylight hours and provides an excellent location for a family day out. Lakeside and river walks provide a glimpse of Douglas pedigree Highland Cattle and many forms of wildlife on the lake. There is a Museum and Arts and Crafts Centre, Cottage Tearoom and Crafthouse Gallery. There is also a small children's play area and picnic site. About 2 miles north of Coldstream.

The Hirsel

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