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Tel code: 01361 | code search
Postcode: TD11 | code search
Population: 2600
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Birthplace of:
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Duns is a historic Burgh town in the Borders region of Scotland situated 15 miles west of Berwick-Upon-Tweed, granted Burgh of Barony in 1490. The town dates back to c1000 with the remains of an Iron Age hill fort built on the rounded hill Duns Law standing 218m high. Duns was regularly caught up in many cross border battles between the Scottish and English troops and the original town was destroyed in 1544, 1545 and 1558. Duns Castle was built in 1320, although the current structure dates to c1820 and stands in parkland to the north of the town sited west of Duns Law. Historically interesting features include the Mercat Cross, the 18th century Parish Kirk and the early 19th century Tolbooth House. Jim Clarks Museum houses a collection on the local World Champion racing driver and Manderston House is an elegant Edwardian country house which featured in a TV programmes focusing on the life of the residents. The market town is surrounded by beautiful countryside scenery, and is a popular tourist destination with shops, hotel, pubs and places to eat. There are walking trails in the 190 acre Duns Castle Nature Reserve, countryside walks around the local villages and the Duns Town Trail which is 3 miles long, takes approximately 2 hours to complete and tours all the local historic sites.

Accountant

Fox Fleming Ltd
M Wrigley

Attraction

Jim Clark Room (The)
Manderston

Caravan Park

Greenlaw Caravan Park

Dentist

Dental Surgery

Doctor

Dr L Macfarlean

Estate Agent

Iain Smith & Partners

Golf Club

Duns Golf Club

Inn

Allanton Inn
The White Swan Hotel

Pub and Bar

Plough Inn
Whip & Saddle Inn
White Horse Inn

Self-Catering

Duns Castle
Riverview Mews

Solicitor

Frew & Co

Taxi

East End Taxis
Robertson E & A J

Vet

Merlin Veterinary Group

Shops

Sunflowers
Greenlaw Pharmacy

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Bank House (0.17 miles)

Bank House

Furnished, stylish and comfortable rooms available in the central Scottish Borders. Ideal for short stays to suit everyone! either single people, couples or families. Rooms are all fully-furnished and extra beds are available on request. ... More | visit website

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The White Swan Hotel (0.19 miles)

The White Swan Hotel
WELCOME TO THE WHITE SWAN HOTEL . Ideally situated in the center of Duns, this friendly family run hotel the perfect location for business of for just a short break. The hotel has a very ... More | visit website
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No28 B&B (4.94 miles)

No28 B&B
No.28 has all the comforts of an exclusive hotel at a fraction of the cost. We are situated in the heart of Swinton only a stones throw from the renowned Wheatsheaf Hotel, where evening meals ... More | visit website
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The Wheatsheaf at Swinton (4.94 miles)

The Wheatsheaf at Swinton

A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at the Wheatsheaf Hotel in Berwickshire from husband and wife owners Chris & Jan Winson. Open seven days a week Situated near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Coldstream, Duns and Kelso the Wheatsheaf Scottish Borders Accommodation ... More | visit website

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The Craw Inn (5.91 miles)

The Craw Inn

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A friendly village inn dating from 1680. Our award winning restaurant makes good use of local produce and has a wine list of over 50 wines to choose from. Great ... More

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Craw Inn (5.91 miles)

Craw Inn

Only 1 miles from the A1, the village of Auchencrow stands in peaceful countryside with the Lammermuir Hills rising to the west.The Inn is well signposted from the A1.

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Duns Castle (5.97 miles)

Duns Castle

This 14th century Tower House enlarged to splendid Gothic form welcomes individuals, groups and companies into its timeless historical atmosphere. The interior is warm, authentic and comfortable and the owners give their personal attention to ... More | visit website

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Riverview Mews (6.45 miles)

Riverview Mews

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Set on the banks of the Whiteadder River, this luxuriously appointed property commands wonderful views over the water and surrounding countryside perfect for watching the abundant ... More

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Kirkbank House (8.29 miles)

Kirkbank House
A luxurious 5 star boutique country house in the Scottish borders, with views over the Cheviot Hills and local countryside. Spacious rooms offer Far-Eastern inspired decor, super king sized beds, luxury linen and toiletries and ... More | visit website
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One Green Hope Guest House (8.62 miles)

One Green Hope Guest House

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Green Hope nestles in the quiet seclusion of the Whiteadder river valley in the Scottish borders. Once a traditional stone built cottage, now thoroughly modernised and very spacious and comfortable. The windows ... More

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