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The weather in Melrose
This is the climate diagram in Melrose. July is the warmest month in Melrose with average maximum temperatures of 19°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Find Scotland's symbolic heart with Melrose holiday lettings
Rugby fans and Roman history buffs alike will be excited by what's on offer near your holiday home in Melrose. The city is nestled in the Valley of the Tweed, beneath the Eildon Hills' imposing outline and filled with Scottish heritage, including (reputedly) the heart of Robert the Bruce.
Find the heart of Robert the Bruce
It's rare that you find a ruin more picturesque than the 1136 Melrose Abbey. Beneath a stone tablet, it is believed that a casket contains the heart of Robert the Bruce, Scotland's famous hero.
At the Three hills Roman Heritage Centre, the Trimontium Museum showcases artefacts from the Roman inhabitation of Britain. The museum takes its name from a fort close by that was built in 80 CE. The world means 'Place of the Three Hills'. Atop Eildon Hill there was once a shrine, about which the museum gives more information.
Historic apples and poetic places
Harmony Gardens is one of two National Trust green spaces in the area. Its walled gardens overlook spectacular vistas of the Eildon Hills and the abbey. Pinewood, meanwhile, has Scotland's only dried flower garden and a historic apple orchard with a number of rare apple varieties.
Abbotsford mansion is just 5km from Melrose. Positioned in a picturesque spot on the banks of the Tweed River, it was once the homestead of Sir Walter Scott, the novelist, playwright and poet. You can walk to Melrose from the house along the 'Black Path' which is far more scenic than it sounds.
Melrose was also the birthplace of Rugby Sevens, and the town still takes on a carnivalesque air in the spring when Melrose Sevens fills its streets with supporters.
The first championship was held in 1883 and has since evolved into a nail-biting international tournament. Watch New Zealand, South Africa, England, France and Portugal go head to head at this thrilling, traditional Scottish event.
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