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Hotels in Hawick

Mansfield House Hotel
Weensland Road
Hawick
Borders

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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 well established local family who tastefully influenced the many distinctive architectural features. Current owners the MacKinnon family have been at the hotel since 1985 and have over the time lovingly restored the hotel, and added a few more features to make the Mansfield what it is today. A warm and homely welcome awaits you. The gardens are gradually being restored to their former glory and the wooded hillside that surrounds the hotel is an adventurers playground. Each of the hotels 12 bedrooms has their own unique personal characteristics, all rooms are en suite with colour television & hospitality tray. Popular wedding venue - licensed for civil ceremonies.

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Ratings/Awards: STB 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
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Restaurant

Name: Mansfield House Hotel Restaurant
Cuisine: Traditional
Chef: David Tate
Awards: Taste of Scotland

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