Yetholm Loch is a loch near Kelso, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the former Roxburghshire. It is also a nature reserve of the Scottish Wildlife Trust, bearing the same name. There was a tower on an island in Yetholm Loch which could be reached via a causeway. The tower was destroyed by the Earl of Surrey on the night of 17 May 1523. The loch lies in a crescent-shaped valley, at the edge of the Cheviot Hills. The southern end of the loch is swamp, but it gradually gives way to fen and willow scrub.
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