Sir Walter Scott's former home Abbotsford House opens

Will Gompertz reports from inside Sir Walter Scott's "conundrum castle"

Author Sir Walter Scott's former home in the Scottish Borders has undergone a £12 million restoration programme and has been officially opened by the Queen.

Abbotsford House is where the author lived and wrote the Waverly novels including his famous work Ivanhoe.

Here is my report from Abbotsford.

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