Now a quiet borders village, Reston was once a hub for livestock trade in the south of Scotland.
Set in the Eye Water lowlands, Reston is a small village south west of Eyemouth, near the historic conservation village of Coldingham.
The village was originally two farms, East and West Reston. As the area developed, it became known as a favourable stopping point between Edinburgh and the north of England. With the coming of the railways Reston was known as a centre of livestock trade.
There area has a number of hotels, pubs and restaurants and is ideal for pleasant country walks and coastal beach strolls. Nearby you will also find stately homes, castles and nature reserves.