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County - Borders | Map
Tel code: 01450 | code search
Postcode: TD9 | code search
Population: 14800
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Hawick History
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Bill McLaren Francis Scott Chay Blyth John McEwen Robert Paterson
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Hawick Events

March
Hawick Reiver’s Festival

June
Common Riding

August
Hawick Summer Festival

September
Borders Festival of Jazz & Blues
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Mansfield House Hotel
"Good Points: The original features. General review: I felt the choice for vegetarians was very limited.

Date visited: 2008-05-09 ..." More

The New Deli Indian Restraunt
"What a great pub! Staff are so friendly but if you really want to experience dining at its best, enjoy a meal in the restaurant upstairs. Prices are very ..." More

Wiltonburn Farm
"Good Points: QUIET AND WITH NICE COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS

Date visited: 2006-07-22 ..." More

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Hawick is a large town in the Borders region of Scotland, situated north of Langholm and south of Selkirk. The historic town dates back to the 12th century with the remains of the Hawick Castle excavated at Hawick Motte near the town centre. Hawick has suffered a turbulent history with most of its buildings dating back to the 19th century as earlier buildings were destroyed during battles with the English. Hawick is famous for its textile industry with fine woollens, cashmere and tweeds. Traditional weavers still operate in the area and the factory outlets ensure the town is a popular tourist destination. The town has shops, hotels, holiday accommodation and plenty places to eat. Historically interesting features include the Drumlanrig’s Tower Visitor Centre with exhibitions to uncover Hawick’s history, heritage and culture and the Hawick Museum which holds information on the hosiery and knitwear industry. Cragbank Woods is a popular National Nature Reserve abundant with ancient woodland and wildlife. Hermitage Castle stands north of town claiming to be one of the most haunted castles in Scotland. The Hawick Common Riding Festival is held annually on the last Friday each July; this celebration dates back to 1514 commemorating a group of local youths who captured the ‘Hexham Pennant Banner’ from English Troops camped nearby.

Accountant

Hogg & Rae
Ian J Brown & Co

Attraction

Hermitage Castle

Caravan Park

Riverside Caravan Park

Church

St Mary's and Old

Classes

Yoga - Elizabeth Roberts

Club

Diesel's

Cottage

Dales Holiday Cottages
Scotland Cottages

Dentist

McInnes Wilson & Associates
Teviot Dental Practice

Doctor

O'Connell Street Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Purdom Thomas & Sons

Golf Club

Hawick

Inn

Horse and Hound Country Inn
Mosspaul Inn

Pub and Bar

Balmoral Bar
Callaghan's Public House
Ewe & Lamb
Exchange Bar

Higher Level
Inn Place
Number 10 Bar
Waverley Bar

Restaurant

Auld Cross Keys Inn
Court Yard Restaurant
The New Deli Indian Restraunt

Self-Catering

Scotland Cottages

Solicitor

Haddon & Turnbull

Taxi

A-H Taxis
Ace Taxis
B Line
D & G Taxis
E & E Taxis
Grieve's Mini Coaches
Hawick Taxis
Keiths Taxis

Sports Clubs

Hawick Cricket Club (Cricket)
Hawick Rugby Football Club (Rugby Union)

Shops

Books Plus

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Sheena Elliott
Boots
Hawick Garden Centre
Perfect Pets
Spectrum Mobile Disco & Karaoke
Dorothy Perkins
Lindsay & Gilmour
D Gaylor & Son
Chesters Footwear
Julian Graves
Turnbull's

Antiques

Armstrong Antiques

Places to Stay near Hawick

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The Bank Guest House (0.12 miles)

The Bank Guest House
Built in 1857, this one time Royal Bank of Scotland has now been lovingly converted into a commodiously proportioned home. 'The Bank' is a conveniently appointed Grade B listed building with free on site private ... More | visit website
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Mansfield House Hotel (1.17 miles)

Mansfield House Hotel

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The Mansfield House Hotel is situated in approximately 10 acres of grounds on the outskirts of Hawick, the largest Border town. The house was originally the private home of a ... More | visit website
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Wiltonburn Farm (1.44 miles)

Wiltonburn Farm

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Set in a wonderful location at the end of a sheltered valley, yet just 2 miles from Hawick, this traditional farmhouse provides a lovely country retreat.
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Horse and Hound Country Inn (5.49 miles)

Horse and Hound Country Inn
We have 9 en-suite bedrooms tastefully decorated with superior accommodation having steam rooms. Our traditional country style restaurant offers the perfect atmosphere in which to enjoy traditional Scottish Fayre. The Lounge Bar is spacious and ... More | visit website
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Hartwoodmyres (7.69 miles)

Hartwoodmyres

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Amidst the beautiful and unspoilt Ettrick Valley, a place of rolling hills, winding rivers and pine forests, this lovingly restored farmhouse, parts of which date from the ... More

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County Hotel (8.89 miles)

County Hotel

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Pleasant and friendly privately-run hotel in town centre. A characterful building with a long history. The County Hotel, awarded 3 star small hotel grading by Visit Scotland, is situated on the Market ... More

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Philipburn House Hotel (9.29 miles)

Philipburn House Hotel

The Philipburn Country House is a luxury 4 star hotel situated in the beautiful Scottish Border town of Selkirk. Philipburn is of the highest standard with 12 rooms all of which have stunning accommodation and decor, ... More | visit website

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Glenbank House Hotel (9.59 miles)

Glenbank House Hotel
Family run hotel close to the town centre with Lounge Bar and Restaurant and ample private parking. The Historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh has one of the finest abbeys in Scotland.

Set in its own ... More | visit website
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Allerton House (9.63 miles)

Allerton House

Allerton House is a 4 Star guest house located in the historic Royal Burgh of Jedburgh. This stately Georgian home is surrounded by charming country gardens and provides all the modern amenities of the twenty-first ... More | visit website

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Larkhall Burn Cottages (9.79 miles)

Larkhall Burn Cottages

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Offer panoramic views over the historic town of Jedburgh and the Cheviot hills beyond. Situated in several acres of private grounds within a minute's walk of Jedburgh conservation town centre, ... More

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James Stuart (the Old Pretender) attempts to invade Scotland - 1708, 1st Trams operate in London - 1861, Woolwich Ferry Opens - 1889
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