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Our Bed and Breakfast in Hawick is the premier place to stay in this eloquent Border town which is great to visit on foot and has many a tale to tell: From its feudal past to the woollen mills of the industrial revolution, Hawick has played an important role in the fortunes of the region. Today you can glimpse its tempestuous and rich history in the fine quality of its superbly carved sandstone buildings, statuary and Town Hall of baronial proportions.

Though long fought over in bloody battle, the Borders now exude peace and prosperity. The passing of the centuries has not quelled the local love of pageantry and festivity, and today the Common Riding event in mid summer every year symbolises the protection which was once a daily necessity for Hawick and other Border towns.

Located just to the north of the English Scottish border, and above the Northumberland National Park, Hawick is a delightful Lowland market town full of tradition. Its central location within the Borders makes it attractive to visitors of the region, who enjoy exploring Roxburghshire and its heritage from North Bridge Guest House.

Equidistant between the bright lights of Edinburgh to the north and Newcastle to the south, North Bridge Guest House in Hawick is well placed for travelling via their international airports, train and coach stations. To the east lies the historic Border town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Alnwick Castle, and the holy island of Lindisfarne; and to the west you’ll find the elegant Cumbrian county town of Carlisle. Hadrian’s Wall spans the shores from Walls End to Carlisle, punctuated by Roman forts and settlements, many of which can be visited.

North Bridge Guest House is a tranquil haven ideal for both business and leisure guests alike. Enjoy the local shopping, restaurants, cafés and bars, as well as outdoor sports such as pony trekking, hill walking, cycling, archery, golf, fishing, shooting, and bird and wildlife watching.