Kelso, located in the Scottish Borders, is situated at the confluence of the rivers Tweed and Teviot. Although relatively small, the town of Kelso attracts many due to its quaint and picturesque cobbled streets and the French and Georgian style architecture that flank the market square. Popular tourist attractions include Floors Castle and Kelso Abbey. There is also a bridge at Kelso which was constructed by the same man who built London Bridge, John Rennie. Visitors will find ample shopping, dining and entertainment options in and around Kelso as well as an array of accommodation choices.
The Scottish market town of Kelso is located within the Scottish Borders. The town is located on the banks of the River Teviot and also the River Tweed. The town of Kelso has a population of about six thousand. The town is widely regarded as a quite and charming town with cobbled streets and delightful building that date back to the Georgian period. The town also has a market square that is very much a French design.
The town of Kelso is a very popular tourist attraction and it has a vast number of tourist attractions such as the ruins of Kelso Abbey and also Floors Castle that was designed by William Adam and it was completed during 1726. The same person that designed London Bridge designed the main bridge within the town and he was known as John Rennie.
The town of Kelso was a direct result of the development of Kelso Abbey during 1128. The town of Kelso actually stems from the earliest settlement that was located on the chalky outcrop and the early settlement was known as Calkou.
The town of Kelso is located on the banks of the River Tweed opposite the area that is occupied by Roxburgh. The town of Kelso is very unique in Scotland, as it has cobbled streets and a cobbled square that is linked directly to four streets.
During 1783 Sir Walter Scott attended the local grammar school within the town and he classed Kelso as being one of the most romantic areas within Scotland.