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Wiltonburn Farm


Property Address: Wiltonburn Farm, Hawick, Roxburghshire, TD9 7LL

Property Type: B&B

Price Range: £32.50 - £40

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Scottish Borders


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Property Description :

Owner: Sheila Shell

Tel: +44 (0)7711 321226

You will be warmly welcomed and cared for on our 400 acre sheep and arable farm in a lovely peaceful valley only 2 miles from Hawick.

We have three letting rooms for bed and breakfast:

l. Family room - consisting of a double and single in one large room and a small single with en-suite shower in adjoining room. Cost £30 per adult and reduced rates for children.

2. Double room - with private bathroom with large Victorian bath. Cost £30 per person.

3. Twin - a sunny room overlooking the front garden with double and single bed and use of a bathroom downstairs. Cost £27.50 per person.

Wiltonburn is situated at the end of a road so we offer tranquillity without isolation.
Relax in the garden or practise your putting or have a game of croquet on the lawn, or walk to the award-winning Wilton Lodge Park on the banks of the River Teviot. The park extends to over 100 acres with riverside and tree lined walks and a walled garden with superb floral displays. The Hawick Museum and Scott Gallery reflect the town’s history and also house exhibitions including one on “Hizzy” - Steve Hislop the late motorcycling champion.

Hawick in Teviotdale is the largest of the Border towns and is internationally famous for its quality cashmere knitwear. You will find big names and small businesses whose products can be bought in the many specialists shops including Wiltonburn Country Cashmeres at Wiltonburn Farm. You can also see garments in production at Hawick Cashmere Company and Peter Scott’s in the town.

The Heart of Hawick encompasses the Heritage Hub, cinema/theatre exhibitions, café bar, workshop spaces, and tourist information centre. The Heritage Hub is also the home of the Scottish Borders archive and local/family history centre. While the Teviotdale Leisure Centre is a wet/dry activity centre that caters for all the family.

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Things to see and do in Scottish Borders :
Abbotsford House
Abbotsford House

Walter Scott was the foremost literary figure of his day. Born in 1771, and outliving by the time of his death in 1832, all the great romanticists except Coleridge and Wordsworth, he was incomparably better known than any of them.


Jedburgh Abbey
Jedburgh Abbey

Jedburgh Abbey, a ruined Augustinian abbey which was founded in the 12th. century is situated in the town of Jedburgh, in the Scottish Borders.


Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum
Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum

Get a taste of life behind bars in this 1820s jail - a model prison in its day but now a bit spooky! Also discover the history of the Royal Burgh of Jedburgh. An impressive building with fine views.


Kelso Abbey
Kelso Abbey

Kelso Abbey is a Scottish abbey built in the 12th century by a community of Tironensian monks.


Melrose Abbey
Melrose Abbey

Melrose Abbey is a magnificent ruin on a grand scale with lavishly decorated masonry. The Abbey is thought to be the burial place of Robert the Bruce’s heart, marked with a commemorative carved stone plaque within the grounds. Visitors can also visit a small museum housing a display of artefacts found within the abbey.


Robert Smails Printing Works
Robert Smails Printing Works

A unique example of our industrial heritage in the form of a fully operational Victorian Letterpress Printing Works in the Borders town of Innerleithen.


Thirlestane Castle
Thirlestane Castle

Set in the Scottish Borders at Lauder, Thirlestane Castle has its origins in the 13th century. It was rebuilt as the Maitland family home in 1590 and greatly enhanced by the Duke of Lauderdale in the 1670s. In 1840, it was extended and refurbished with the addition of two new wings.


Waterloo Monument
Waterloo Monument

A 150 foot tower, built between 1817 and 1824 to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo, standing on a hill top near to Harestanes Visitor Centre.


William Wallace Statue
William Wallace Statue

This giant statue of Sir William Wallace, hero of many years of battling with the neighbouring English in the 13th century, stands in the grounds of Bemersyde House. Like most memorials in the area it was commissioned by David Stuart Erskine, 11th Earl of Buchan. This huge statue of the ‘Guardian of Scotland’ stands 31 feet high in total, with the actual statue being 21½ feet high.


Wilton Lodge Park
Wilton Lodge Park

Award winner, Wilton Lodge Park is one of the most picturesque town parks in Scotland with its tree lined walks, river, waterfall, formal gardens, museum, glass house and walled gardens. In Spring there are extensive areas of daffodils, narcissi and flowering trees, and in Autumn the gold and russets of the trees are a must. Take a walk through the Violet Woods, joining the park at the western side which continues onto the riverside walks (distance approx. 2000m). Bowling, putting, crazy golf, 6 blaes tennis courts and cafe available.