Peebles Castle was built in the 12th century, and stood on a promontory where the Eddleston Water meets the River Tweed.
The castle has long gone, but a church now stands on the raised mound which would have been the motte of the castle.
Peebles Castle is in the parish of Peebles and the county of Peeblesshire.
Grid reference: NT 2502 4038
Lat / long: 55.651190, -3.192992
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