It is important to remember that for every bad review there are probably lots of satisfied customers. These reviews are the comments of individual visitors to Information Britain and have not been authenticated by us. They should not be taken as the views of Crawbar Ltd - publishers of this web site.

Reviews of Bowhill House and Country Estate, Selkirk

Best rates for a Local Hotel

Review by Liam Turnbull on 28th March, 2008

Add your review
I Went wi mi Primary Skill called Wilton Pri ma Aunty works there and nearly knocked us doon but it was gid ti ave a look around wi the guide if you have ni been to the Boehill halloween party you should go it is great with a haunted walk and you have to solve a puzzle. there is also Turnip bollowing. it is a big house when you go in. we never met the duke but we knew he was disabled but a wished a did meet him.

Date visited: 27.06.07

Review by Kristy Stewart on 24th July, 2006

Add your review
A DAY OOT By Kristy Stewart A went on a daytrip Wi ma Da in a car Wi went te see, Bowhill it wiz a hoose, wi a girden Pandas wance lived there I`ve bamboo, to prove it We got lost in oor search but the treasure, wiz being there Wi got a pencil in a pad So wi thought wi wid write ye To say a BIG thank ya fir a wonderfull day oot! from Kristy an ma Da

Date visited: 23/07/06

Review by Mr R French on 12th December, 2005

Add your review
The Borders Hill Walking Club had a very enjoyable walk today along the Ladies Walk and Duchess's Drive. On arriving back at Bowhill House in the afternoon some one said they would like to see the Ecuador airman's memorial stone which wasn't far away but up in the woods. Several people were intersted in seeing this so we set off up the hill to find it. However it took some 6/7 of us nearly an hour searching in the under growth to find the stone but we found it. The reason I'm writting is to ask if it were possible for you to put a post on the track nearest to the memorial stone to help other people, who may also be interested, to find it ? Roger French

Date visited: 12/12/05

- Write a Review

Brit Quote:
Writing is the supreme solace. - Somerset Maugham
More Quotes

On this day:
Battle of Falkirk - 1746, Scott reaches the South Pole - 1912
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages