The Horse and Hound Country Inn

Address: Bonchester Bridge, Hawick, Borders, Scotland, TD9 8JN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Bonchester Bridge, Hawick, is near Wright's of Trowmill.
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      Travel Blogs from Hawick

      Beauty Tips For Getting The Look You Want

      A travel blog entry by markedbreeze637 on Sep 24, 13

      ... your body, skin, and brain. All are important elements in your overall personal health.

      Apply cream to your eyes every night. The skin around your eyes is delicate, and not as thick as the skin elsewhere on your face. This makes the skin around your eyes more prone to be lined and dry. Keeping the skin moist is a simple solution to that beauty problem.


      Avoid commercial "body butters" that contain chemicals, dyes and additives. All natural ...

      Meandering On

      A travel blog entry by jillianp on Jun 14, 2013

      5 comments, 10 photos

      ... fact that we may
      seem to be going east when we want to end up west.
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      of the Yorkshire Wolds. (What exactly is a wold?). We were booked into a B&B near
      Brough and found it eventually. The Keepers Lodge, near Grantlingham. That was
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      pub we set off to wander around and to see the Humber Bridge. ...

      Grand houses and more

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 26, 2012

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... him she had seven of her own. It is just one room wide. On census night 1861 in addition to Helen, the children and the widower, there were two other adult males in the household. By 1871 she had three children of her own. They later emigrated to Ontario and I have just found her photograph.

      The original wooden stairs are there worn with feet from the past. There is the recent addition of a thick rope on the inside of the steps. The visitor said ...

      Hawick in the rain

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 25, 2012

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... key had been provided. The library was closed, the rain was still falling and I needed a toilet. According to signposts they do exist, but I have not discovered any yet, despite asking for directions. However, my problems were solved by discovering the Cashmere visitor centre; full of beautiful soft expensive fabrics I didn’t consider buying, but great toilets, comfortable seats and reasonable coffee.

      Just before starting this I seem to ...

      Scotland - Haggis, castles and bagpipes

      A travel blog entry by mady.bolch on Jul 31, 2012

      ... me. We are both vegetarians, so I assumed that she would trust me and want to be my friend, but she must have been busy that day :(  Lisa and I got tartan pants and beanies while we were in Edinburgh, they are so cool! I wore mine on our Loch Ness cruise, a few people looked at me funny but I thought that I looked really cool. Just wait until I get home, I am going to rock those tartan pants in Melbourne!  Scotland is a beautiful country, it is so green and has ...