Borders Tours – Edins Hall Broch

Published on
23 January, 2020

Synopsis:

A man explores 2000 year old Edins Hall Broch in the Scottish Borders, and talks about tours to this site.

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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Borders Tours – Edins Hall Broch

Travelling to Scotland this year and fancy a 1 or 2 day tour with us?

It’s not all Border Reivers and Wars of Independence. Today Mark was exploring one of the sites on our “Stone Age Tour” …… Edins Hall Broch.

Check out my tours website: https://tours.discoverscottishborders.com/

Fancy seeing these places for yourself?

Mark offers dedicated day trips that focus on experiencing these places and finding out more about your family history in the Scottish Borders.
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