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This was truly a small tour (9). Our guide was very knowledgable and able to talk with us about history. We saw many marvelous sites. In Melrose we had lunch at this really really wonderful restaurant called Rogers. I wish this particular guide had guided all of our tours!
Our tour guide was John and his narration was incredibly interesting! The trip was just perfect-we saw rolling country side, the Rosslyn chapel and Melrose abbey. I enjoyed learning of the history of Robert the Bruce. the bus was very comfortable too!
Great tour. Had plenty of time to see our locations. Highly recommend.
Borders countryside was beautiful. Our guide, Davie? provided history, interesting stories and humor about the area. Rosalyn Chapel was fascinating. Fun exploring Melose Abbey and the small town. Ate at Kings Inm.
Guide was wonderful - very knowledgeable and humorous. The coach was clean and very comfortable. Excellent variety of stops. Brilliant.
This was a lovely trip from Edinburgh to see some of Scotland's beautiful sites. Got to see the William Wallace monument. Saw Melrose Abbey and Roslyn Chapel. Our Tour guide Mav , was very interesting and informative it was a great tour and a great day. Would recommend
Fabulous tour! We visited two places I will never forget, Melrose Abbey and Roslyn Chapel. Both were amazing!
Saw everything as promised. Had plenty of time at each site. Frequent breaks to walk, eat and sight see. Knowledgeable guide.
The tour was great- the guide was funny and personable and very knowledgeable. The format was vert good- taking people to places they wanted to see and giving them time to see what they wanted with no pressure to shop or eat at any particular place. The only dowside was that the bus was a bit cramped for people with longer legs.
Where to begin I guess with the guide he was very passionate about his beloved Scotland as well as being very well informed. We headed off through the beautiful Scottish Border countryside towards our first stop which was Melrose a very pretty little town with a very interesting Abbey.We had a couple of stops along the way one to see The Statue of "Wallace" and our guide played us a couple of tunes on his bagpipes it was really great. After Lunch in a cute local restaurant we headed off to Rosslyn Chapel with a couple of little stops along the way ths chapel was the site of parts of The Da Vinci Code. We headed back to Edinburgh after a very interesting day would highly recommend this trip.