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The Weather in Kelso
Here is our climate diagram for Kelso. July is the warmest month of the year in Kelso, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 19°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Kelso in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Find your ideal holiday letting in the Borders town of Kelso
The pretty town of Kelso, located in the Scottish Borders at the junction of the Tweed and Teviot Rivers, is a great place to base yourself for a holiday in this area. There is a great choice of holiday lettings, and several visitor attractions for people of all ages.
Family fun in the Borders
Younger children will love a visit to St Boswells and the Scottish Borders Donkey Sanctuary, where you can help feed the donkeys and other animals who have been given a loving home after finishing their working days. Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the criminal justice system of the 19th century, and a children's guidebook is also available. If the kids need to burn off some energy, take them on a walk up to Scott's View, just outside St Boswells. Named for local writer Sir Walter Scott, the hill offers great views of the surrounding area, including the Eildon Hills and the River Tweed.
Learn about the Borders' history
Kelso is home to the ruined historic Kelso Abbey, built in the 12th century and a great example of Romanesque architecture. The nearby town of Jedburgh also has an abbey, of which recent excavations date back as far as the 8th century. While in Jedburgh, you can also visit the Mary Queen Of Scots Visitor Centre to learn more about this tragic figure from Scottish history, who spent time in the town in 1566.
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