Address: 23B North Bridge St, Hawick, Borders, Scotland, TD9 9BD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 23B North Bridge St, Hawick, is near Hawick Museum, Drumlanrig Tower, and Wright's of Trowmill.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Hawick

    Day 38

    A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 25, 2012

    ... copies of the Magna Carta! It is kept in the Chapter House which is set off to the side of the cathedral and was a later add on. Inside the Cathedral itself there is so much to see. They have the worlds oldest working clock from 1386AD. It has massive weights on ropes running up the wall, it dosn't have a clock face but chimed each hour. There are hundreds of people buried in the cathedral including a Knight who fought at both battles of Crecy & Poiters and served as Marshall ...

    Grand houses and more

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 26, 2012

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... br> I now knew where Coom had been which led me off the main Roberton Road up the valley of Borthwick Wa’ ( short for water). It was several miles away, but I thought I would walk for a further hour to see more of the landscape. Then along came a little old man who was lost. He was looking for the Beshara school which I had seen named on a signpost. He offered a ride further up the valley. At a turn off I chose to go where he was going thinking it ...

    The Borders

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 24, 2012

    2 comments, 12 photos

    August 24

    A pleasant drive from Carluke to Hawick. The road follows the winding Tweed river for part of the trip, enters border hills with narrow valleys, a little like parts of New Zealand, and meets the Teviot valley in Hawick. We passed through Peebles, an interesting looking small town with old buildings bordering the main road. Whether close or distant the hills have consistently smooth, gentle curves. Farming scenes predominate, but the bloom of heather ...


    A travel blog entry by webteddy on May 16, 2012


    ... squirrels that were happy enought to take food from your had. Crossing the road we wandered through Hyde Park and visited the famous Speakers Corner and Marble Arch. Catching our first double decker bus we travelled back to Oxford Circus before jumping on our now familiar loop train back to Pimlinco and home. The following day day which was Monday we again caught the loop train back to Tower Hill and did the Tower ...

    Day 29 - My Dad :(

    A travel blog entry by shallan on May 11, 2011

    ... the hell out of me, Dad I LOVE YOU and please don't go anywhere!!!! Spent the whole day kind of flapping around. Went to phones warehouse and got a new UK sim for my iphone, plus a little clunky Nokia for international use, and a data plan set up for my ipad. Then I got my hair cut. My brows/eyelashes tinted and shaped. Not enough. Decided to go to Mac and immediately felt better. Ended up doing a Mac haul for my sister (I only bought myself ...