EYEMOUTH, DUNS AND THE EASTERN BORDERS FOOD TRAIL
The historic harbour town of Eyemouth marks the eastern fringe of the Scottish Borders – gateway to a stretch of fine coastal scenery. It has been a port since the 13th century and is a great place to buy freshly landed shellfish and seafood, straight from
the North Sea. Eyemouth is home to Giacopazzi’s famous fish and chips and award winning ice cream – great seaside food! Travelling inland towards the market town of Kelso, there are plenty of opportunities for tea and scone stops along the way in Duns, Allanton or Swinton – with chances to call at traditional butchers, bakers, buy charcuterie and cheese, or indulge in something sweet as a treat!
View across the harbour – Photo by Stephen J. Whitehorne
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