Scottish Borders Day Tour

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    All year round

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    Full day

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    Price from

    £340 per group (1-6 people)

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    Suitable for



Adventure to the Scottish Borders
Discover the beautiful hills, abundance of countryside and characterful local towns. See the stunning abbeys, estates and castles that moved writers like Sir Walter Scott and John Bunyan.

Rosslyn Chapel, Midlothian
Allow yourself to be enchanted by the awe inspiring ornate stonework like so many creatives before you.

Head to the Borders
Arrive at Melrose. Try some of the local produce in one of the myriad cafes before grabbing that special gift from one of the independent shops. 

Revere in the late 1300's archichecture of Melrose Abbey, erected by the River Tweet. Spot the bagpipe playing pig! (The sculpture of course.)

Carry on along the Tweed
Where Tweed and Teviot rivers meet, you can find Kelso, the historical market town. Feel as though you're abroad with its cobbled streets before discovering the abbey ruins and independent shops. 

Floors Castle
The Duke of Roxburgh's awe inspiring stately home sits on the outside of Kelso. Enjoy the walled garden's plethora of flowers and plants. Then find peace strolling through the woodland and river before taking the cab back to Selkirk. 

This burgh lies above the Ettrick and Yarrow valleys. Investigate the narrow braes and wynds and be prepared to be stopped by the views. 

Largest of the border towns and known for its knitwear, maybe gift yourself the luxury of a local cashmere sweater. 

See 'The Horse' and understand the symbolic landmarks significance during the annual riding festival.

Glenkinchie distillery
Take a visit to Glenkinchie distillery, the Lowland home of Johnnie Walker. 

Then return home.

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Kilted Black Cab Tours

Discover the wonderful Scottish borders and all its towns have to offer!

John KBCT (1)

Licensed with over 20 years experience for your comfort and safety

Why this experience is great for you

  • Provided with: Transportation in a Ford Pro-Cab Black Taxi with 6 seats, fully air conditioned, and a ramp access system for disabled users. A wee taste of Scotland in the form of local biscuits, crisps & Scottish tablet or fudge as well as 6x Irn Bru and 6x water.
  • Explore the same awe inspiring routes that have enchanted so many creatives before you.
  • Get a taste of Scotland from the comfort of your own cab.
  • Be picked up from your residence or accomodation and driven door to door around each attraction. We bring you right back home at the end of a satisfying day.

Additional information

Equipment needed: Please dress appropriately for the weather, detailed forecasts for the day and bring waterproofs if rain is expected. If you have specific dietary requirements, allergies or intolerances, please bring your own food (however much you feel appropriate for the duration of the tour). We also stop at Restaurants and Cafes during the tour - please make your server aware of your dietary requirements. Please bring your own drinks/water if you have specific requirements. Ensure you bring suitable footwear for the tour, sensible walking shoes - some tour locations will have uneven ground and are unsuitable for dress shoes.

Weather: Activities will generally take place regardless of weather unless there are exceptional circumstances. 

Cancellations: For a full refund, cancel at least 7 days before the activity is scheduled to start.


To secure your experience – book today.