Tweedbank sits on the outskirts of Galashiels in the Scottish Borders.
It is home to Tweedbank Station, one of the stops on the Borders Railway train line and also its final stop in the Scottish Borders.
You’ll find plenty of things to see and do near Tweedbank in the Explore More section below, such as Gunknowe Loch, where you can enjoy some family fun watching the resident swans and ducks gliding along the water, or Abbotsford House, which was once the home of the famous author, Sir Walter Scott. Visit this beautifully preserved mansion house and discover the work that Scott himself put into building the house, planning the gardens and laying out much of the woodland on the estate.
Cycling is a great way to explore the charming scenery of Scottish Borders. From Tweedbank, you could join the National Cycle Network Route 1 and travel west to Innerleithen, or venture east to Melrose, Newton St Boswells or Kelso. The 4 Abbeys cycle route is another great option, taking in 55 miles of glorious countryside and as well as the Scottish Borders’ four famous abbeys, namely Melrose Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey, Kelso Abbey and Jedburgh Abbey.
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