Chambers Institution. Parts of this building date from the 15th C., when it was the Dean's House of the Cross Kirk. In 1859, it was gifted to the town by William Chambers, the Publisher, and it became the meeting place of the Town Council from 1910-1975.

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Bank House. The author John Buchan, later Governor-General of Canada, often stayed in this house as a boy.

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County Hotel. The 18th century facade conceals an older house with a barrel-vaulted 'bastel' room.

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Tontine Hotel, 1808. French prisoners may have helped to build the Georgian hotel which was financed on the Tontine Principle.

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Parliament Square. When David II was taken by the English in 1346 the Scottish Parliament met in Peebles, perhaps in this old courtyard

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