Bowhill House and Country Estate
Bowhill House and Country Estate


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Tel code: 01750 | code search
Postcode: TD7 | code search
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Birthplace of:
Mungo Park Andrew Lang James Hogg
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Food Legends:
The Selkirk Bannock
Cultural Britain:
Scottish Borders & Sir Walter Scott

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Merida Mountain Bike Marathon

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Angecroft Park
"This was our 3rd visit, and we too ended up buying a caravan on the park. Lovely friendly place, site wardens are really helpful, nothing is too much trouble. ..." More

Angecroft Park
"Warm friendly welcome. Cabin,clean spacious and inviting. Hassle free and peaceful 3 night stay. Will return for sure,thank you.

Date visited: 15.6.2011 ..." More

Angecroft Park
"Booked a long weekend here and loved it so much that there and then we bought the caravan we had hired. Have now been down as often as work ..." More

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Selkirk is a historic town in the Borders region of Scotland situated on the hills overlooking the Ettrick Water. Hawick is a few miles south and Galashiels a few miles north. Selkirk was awarded royal burgh status during the 13th century although there is evidence of a settlement in the area dating back to c500AD with the building of a church. There was also a Roman Fort built a few miles to the south-west of the town. In 1513, approximately 100 men of Selkirk, known as Souters, marched to fight for their king at the battle of Flodden, Thomas Clapperton was the only survivor of the battle; his statue stands in the War Memorial. Sir Walter Scott was the sheriff of Selkirk from 1799-1832, his statue stands in Market Place along with the Sir Walter Scott’s Courtroom and the Halliwell’s House Museum. A statue of Mungo Park, the African explorer born in 1771, stands at the end of the High Street. A woollen mill was established in 1767 and Selkirk became famous for its production of fine tweeds, there is still a traditional weavers company in town. Selkirk is a popular tourist destination with hotel, holiday accommodation, shops and places to eat. Attractions include the Bowhill House and Country Park, the Whitlaw Mosses National Nature Reserve and there are driving tours available of Selkirk and Langholm.


Bowhill House and Country Estate
James Hogg Exhibition


Victoria Park Caravan & Camping Park


Yoga - Jane Russell


Selkirk Health Centre

Estate Agent

Collie & Company Solicitors & Estate Agents

Golf Club

Selkirk Golf Club

Holiday Park

Angecroft Park


County Hotel
The Gordon Arms Hotel

Pub and Bar

Queenshead Inn
Station Bar
Tibbie Shiels Inn


Coach House
Happy Gathering
Taste Of Spice
Tibbie Shiels Inn


Burgh Cabs


Gibson & Gibson


Kershope Farm
Halliwells Butchers
Lindsey & Gilmore Chemist
R D McFarlane
Shoe World
T Kerr & Son


Braidwood Sporting Clays(Shooting)

Places to Stay near Selkirk

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County Hotel (0.12 miles)

County Hotel

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Pleasant and friendly privately-run hotel in town centre. A characterful building with a long history. The County Hotel, awarded 3 star small hotel grading by Visit Scotland, is situated on the Market ... More

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Philipburn House Hotel (0.85 miles)

Philipburn House Hotel

The Philipburn Country House is a luxury 4 star hotel situated in the beautiful Scottish Border town of Selkirk. Philipburn is of the highest standard with 12 rooms all of which have stunning accommodation and decor, ... More | visit website

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Hartwoodmyres (3.45 miles)


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Amidst the beautiful and unspoilt Ettrick Valley, a place of rolling hills, winding rivers and pine forests, this lovingly restored farmhouse, parts of which date from the ... More

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Abbotsford Arms Hotel (4.89 miles)

Abbotsford Arms Hotel

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Wecome to the Abbotsford Arms hotel, Deep in the heart of the scottish borders, close to the UK great salmon rivers and within a beat of the burial place of ... More

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Clovenfords Hotel (5.06 miles)

Clovenfords Hotel
The Clovenfords Hotel has all the character, warmth and friendly charm you would expect from an 18th century coaching inn. We look forward to extending to you a very warm welcome.

It is only 3 miles ... More | visit website
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Waverley Castle Hotel (5.32 miles)

At the heart of the Scottish Borders, nestling between the River Tweed and the green Eildon Hills, is the town of Melrose. It lies in the heart of Sir Walter Scot country and offers the ... More | visit website
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Station Hotel (5.70 miles)

Station Hotel
Station Hotel has en suite rooms in a town-centre location. The restaurant offers home cooking at reasonable prices. Melrose Abbey is close by. The family-run hotel also has a small meeting room, and a public bar/lounge ... More | visit website
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George And Abbotsford Hotel (5.73 miles)

George And Abbotsford Hotel
Privately owned and operated the hotel is situated right in the heart of the beautiful central Borders town of Melrose. It is a large Victorian-style building extended from the original 17th century coaching inn and ... More | visit website
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Burts Hotel (5.74 miles)

Burts Hotel

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At Burt’s Hotel, Melrose experience the warmth of hospitality in true Scottish style. The 18th century hotel, situated in the heart of Melrose’s picturesque market square, has been owned and ... More


Fauhope House (6.18 miles)

Fauhope House
Fauhope is a secluded country bandb house in the heart of the Scottish Borders in Melrose, with views that have inspired artists, writers, poets and musicians over the centuries.

The house has been renovated with great ... More

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