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Hawick

An idyllic town with a colourful history and a truly scenic location. The town centre if full of charms and is a prime destination for buying tweed and knitwear – which Hawick is renowned for producing. There are also many pubs, cafés and restaurants, which serve up some great fresh local produce. Nature lovers will enjoy immersing themselves in walks along the River Teviot, or in the many acres of surrounding woodlands, which feature a multitude of paths to explore by foot or bike. Keen golfers will rejoice in hearing that there are three outstanding golf courses in the area including the challenging and hilly Hawick Golf Club.

We love Hawick because...

  • Scenic location
  • Riverside walks to explore
  • Golf courses nearby
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Hotels
Hotels in Hawick
Hawick-Breaks holiday-Elm House Hotel
Elm House Hotel
17 North Bridge Street Hawick TD9 9BD

This centrally situated boutique hotel lies within the historic town of Hawick and is the ideal starting point to explore the Scottish Borders.

2 nights from
£70.00pp
Elm House Hotel
17 North Bridge Street Hawick TD9 9BD

This centrally situated boutique hotel lies within the historic town of Hawick and is the ideal starting point to explore the Scottish Borders.

In and around Hawick

Hermitage Castle

A delightfully eerie ruin, this once majestic, 13th century castle has been neglected through the years, with a partial restoration in the 19th century. It is said to be haunted by non-other than Mary, Queen of Scots – who used the castle to liaise with her secret lover, 4th Earl of Bothwell. The castle is now under ownership of Historic Scotland and open to the public to admire, in its beautiful and rural location in Liddesdale.

Hawick Museum & Scott Art Gallery

An immensely interesting insight into the lives of the townspeople, through interactive displays and an ever-changing lively programme of art and collections throughout the year. Founded in 1856, this museum has evolved over the years and now exhibits nature displays, archaeology, local history as well as art and photography. Check out the ‘old schoolroom’ display and the celebration of the lives and achievements of motorcycle champions ‘Jimmie Guthrie’ and ‘Steve Hislop’.

Scottish Borders Art Glass

This unique attraction offers visitors the chance the see the magical process of glass being made, as well as the chance to view and buy a number of handmade glass items. Choose from bowls and vases to more unique one-of-a-kind pieces, all produced by hand, using traditional. Run by a father-and-son team, this friendly and relaxed shop is a delight to visit and a great place to buy a holiday memento.

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