A warm welcome regularly greets visitors to Morebattle, which lies snuggled at the foot of the heather clad Cheviot Hills surrounded by stunning scenery. With a village shop and pub this traditional village offers a tranquil setting to enjoy the good life. St Cuthbert’s Way meanders through the village and the Pennine Way ends just two miles away; making this an ideal location for those who enjoy walking, cycling and outdoor pursuits. The bustling market town of Kelso, a mere 7 miles away, with its quaint French style cobbled market square, is home to one of the four Border Abbeys and offers a wide array of facilities including indoor swimming, charming tea rooms, a lovely Italian restaurant, great pubs, horse racing and an ice rink. Golfers will enjoy the prestigious Roxburghe course and Springwood Park showground host’s international horse riding and other events throughout the year. The salmon and trout rich River Tweed will delight those who enjoy fishing and Floors Castle (which is softly illuminated at night and was recently voted number one in the top five attractions in the Borders) offers tours of the house and gardens. The Border town of Jedburgh, just 9 miles to the west, is steeped in history and renowned for its 12th century red stone Abbey, Castle Jail and Museum and Mary Queen of Scots House.