Scotland has a wild beauty like no other. Lochs and glens forged from prehistoric glaciers, mountain ranges folding up into the moody sky's above. Stunning beaches, remote locations, cities steeped in history, towns inviting you to stay longer. Scotland has it all.
No matter whether you live here or are a welcome vistor from afar, England has so much to offer in terms of history, culture and exploration. The landscape varies from rugged moorland to undulating farmland, mixed woodland and Jurrasic coastlines.
Wales really does have something for everyone. You are never too far from one of over 600 castles and the region boasts 800 miles of coastline to explore. The vast national parks include Brecon Beacons, Pembrokeshire and the famous Snowdonia mountains.
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Duns is a traditional market town of the Scottish Borders, with an interesting history, having been part of England, and in the middle of various cross-border wars, before ending up in Scotland as it is today. As a town it has a pretty main square with its’ Mercat Cross as the central point, with various coffee shops, banks and village shops. A larger Coop supermarket is available here, along with two fuel stations. The Jim Clark Museum is located in Duns, as this is the hometown of the former Formula One champion, and is a popular focal point for car enthusiast and bikers. Also on offer at Duns is a parkland golf course which is situated on the south section of the Lammermuir Hills.