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Scottish Borders

Northumberland is situated to the south and Scotland beckons to the north of the Scottish Borders.

The Scottish Borders covers eighteen hundred square miles from Dumfries and Galloway, a region where unspoiled natural beauty thrives from the sandy shorelines to the highest peaks in the west, through rich agricultural plains in the east, to the secluded coves and picturesque fishing villages of Berwickshire on the east coastline.

Attractions include: Abbeys, Castles and stately homes, the River Tweed and it's many tributaries, the textile industry featuring tweeds, tartans and exquisite knitwear, the 'Common Ridings' a local festival depicting the 'bloody' history of the area, the Northumberland National Park rich in wildlife and scenery plus much more.

The Ideal location for golf, fishing, horses riding, walking, bird watching, picnics and sightseeing.

Discover the Scottish Borders by investing in a holiday home at one of the many holiday parks Ideal Caravans can offer - find out more and look forward to escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life!

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