Saint Boswells Tourism

St Boswells (Scots: Bosells, Scottish Gaelic: Cille Bhoisil) is a village (population 1,412) on the south side of the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders. It lies about 1 mile SE of Newtown St Boswells on the A68 road. It has a hotel, post office, award winning butcher, garage, fish and chip shop, bookshop and café and several convenience stores. There is also a golf course next to the River Tweed, a cricket club, football club, rugby club and tennis club. The village is mostly known for being on the route of St Cuthbert's Way, a long distance footpath linking Melrose Abbey (5 miles northwest) to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne off the Northumberland coast in north east England. The name commemorates Saint Boisil, an Abbot of Melrose. The village has an annual gypsy fair, originally a focus for the trade of horses. This fair once attracted Gypsies from most parts of Scotland, northern England and Ireland. However, today it is little more than a two-day get-together on the village green. Fair day is on 18 July each year. It remains a popular opportunity for many locals to have their fortunes predicted.

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Saint Boswells in United Kingdom awaits visitors! Discover the attractions, activities and accommodation in Saint Boswells. Saint Boswells is located at a short trip away from Edinburgh a major city in United Kingdom. Edinburgh, is a worth visiting city owing to its prime attractions like Edinburgh Castle, Greyfriars Kirkyard, The Royal Mile. Also, to reach Saint Boswells, you'll have to take a flight to Edinburgh; so its not really a detour. And even if it is, the city is worth paying at least a quick visit. A vacation to Saint Boswells can typically be of 1-2 days. Immerse in the spirit of the city and you'll not miss your home.

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