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Tel code: 01750 | code search
Postcode: TD7 | code search
Population: 200
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On the edge of the Craik Forest the little Teviotdale village of Ettrick is remote from any large settlement, Ettrick Water plashing by it and with hills all around... Read More.

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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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The Gordon Arms Hotel (6.65 miles)

The Gordon Arms Hotel

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200 year old Inn - frequented by local poets, writers, musicians and artists.We are a hotel of historical interest situated in the rolling border hills near St. Mary's Loch.... yards ... More

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Well View Hotel (12.64 miles)

Well View Hotel

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Family Run High Quality Hotel
Excellent award winning cuisine and wine list.
Well View Hotel is a Mid Victorian villa which has been tastefully converted into a ... More | Double Room: 55

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Wiltonburn Farm (12.77 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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Ladyknowe Apartment (13.00 miles)

Ladyknowe Apartment

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A one bedroom apartment fully furnished to a high standard. This comfortable and fully furnished apartment is a 2 minute walk from the bustling, attractive Moffat High Street with quaint ... More

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Balmoral Hotel (13.02 miles)

Balmoral Hotel

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This small country inn is situated in the centre of Moffat, a former spa town where national bard Robert Burns was one of the many visitors who came here to take ... More

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Annandale Arms Hotel (13.06 miles)

Annandale Arms Hotel

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Only a minute off the motorway (M74), the Annandale Arms Hotel offers you a truly warm Scottish welcome. Set in the centre of the attractive and popular village of Moffat, you ... More

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Moffat House Hotel (13.07 miles)

Moffat House Hotel

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This 18th-century building has been careful renovated to offer modern amenities whilst retaining its charm and elegance. Situated on the High Street of Moffat, there are various quaint shops, cafes and and ... More | Double Room: 35 - 45

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Queensberry House (13.11 miles)

Queensberry House

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Queensberry House is a beautiful Victorian listed building situated on a quiet road overlooking tennis courts and the bowling green. We believe in offering our guests excellent service and we ... More

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Auchen Castle (13.54 miles)

Auchen Castle
The towers, spires, turrets, gilded staircases and shining silver of a magnificent Victorian Mansion. Once the home of Sir William Younger, Auchen Castle stands proudly amidst 30 acres of exotic woodland with its own trout ... More | Double Room: 47.50 | visit website
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The Bank Guest House (14.18 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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