Wiltonburn Farm

Address: Wiltonburn Farm, Hawick, Borders, Scotland, TD9 7LL, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Wiltonburn Farm, Hawick, is near Hawick Museum, Drumlanrig Tower, and Wright's of Trowmill.
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    Travel Blogs from Hawick

    Grand houses and more

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 26, 2012

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... been told they must use it, presumably because the treads have become very slippery with age. The outside is nothing special. Inside it is immaculate, but not with any feel of being old except for the stairs. Just over from the house are two adjoining stone yards, or sheep fanks. There is an attached barn at one end of the house and other sheds out the back. The outbuilding walls would be original, but reroofed, and concrete has been laid on the floors.
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    Hawick in the rain

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 25, 2012

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... my quest to find Coom. I found a reference to “The Cooms”, Howpasley, the latter being a name I think I have seen on the maps and it is next to Coom in all the census returns. I know the general area but it would be nice to be more specific. They are not far from the famous Harden House associated with Sir Walter Scott’s relatives, but our Scotts were shepherds.

    Off to the supermarket soon to get some salad and bits for tea, ...

    Goodbye Ireland

    A travel blog entry by trevorrose on May 28, 2012

    ... this weekend? Not really very security conscious! Heading west along the north coast of Wales we passed through numerous small seaside towns, seeing some huge wind turbines about a kilometre off shore! What a great place to put them - right in the path of the northerly winds and almost out of sight! By about 5.30pm we got to Chester, which is just back into England, and found a Premier Inn to stay at. None of the hotels we ...

    Leaving for England

    A travel blog entry by pixieperfect83 on Aug 21, 2011

    3 photos

    ... and scones with clotted cream. I fell in love with clotted cream today.

    When we started to descend in the air to prepare for landing we banked over the English countryside and I saw a castle. I squealed like I never had in my life. I think I learned new noises that day. Finally we landed after a very smooth flight, and once the captain came on and said "Ladies & Gents welcome to London Gatwick" I started crying. Emotion of reality had set in. I was finally there.
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    Pebble beaches, Castles & Haggis (UK in April)

    A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on Apr 04, 2011

    ... t even have Aussies in it!) is the best hostel ever! No kidding.. it was awesome! and I have stayed in a lot of hostels. Apart from the great vibe and amazing comfort (the living room just makes you feels like you're at home!), they have an awesome breakfast with everything you can think of (including berries, yoghurt, croissants, pain au chocolat, porridge, all types of juices, spreads and cereals) and they made us free dinner one night ...