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Cross Keys Hotel

Cross Keys Hotel
Kelso, Borders

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Cross Keys Hotel is superbly situated in the heart of Kelso's picturesque French-style cobbled square. The present hotel was built in 1769 but in other forms a Cross Keys … more >>

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This prestigious organisation was founded in 1768. Its first president was Joshua Reynolds



11 December, 1282

Llewelyn ap Gruffudd killed near Builth

Builth marked the first recorded use of a longbow by English archers

Who ordered the tide to retreat?





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Rhiconich (Self catering)
269 Drumnaguie, Rhiconich

269 Drumnaguie

A traditional croft house with recently renovated large barn annex. Situated at the end of a private road in wild Sutherland landscape, yet within 10 minutes walk of a beautiful …
Sleeps 8

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Muir of Ord (Self catering)
The Croft House, Muir of Ord

The Croft House

This stone cottage is set three miles from Muir of Ord in the fabulous Scottish Highlands and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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