No. 2 Borthwick View
Borthwick View is ideally located to enjoy rural country living but with perfect access to the local town of Hawick less than five minutes away. It has an eclectic style and a welcoming homely feel. Its bright airy atmosphere absorbs the surrounding beauty of the Scottish Borders with the meandering Borthwick Water at its feet.
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Scottish Borders Borthwick View offers the discerning traveler three double bedrooms in which to retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The property was designed and built by the present owner to exacting standards to provide comfortable homely and a welcoming family atmosphere. The Borthwick Valley and the hamlet of Roberton arguably boast the most unspoilt valleys in the Scottish Borders with its vista of panoramic views an abundance of wildlife and its magnificent unpolluted skies providing the perfect environment for exploring on foot cycle or car.
There is fishing nearby and also golf at The Woll less than 5 miles away providing a beautiful clubhouse in which to relax after a round or two! Centrally located for the Airports of Newcastle Edinburgh and Carlisle approximately one hour away it is perfect for ease of access via the main A7 trunk road and a perfect stop-off for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Borthwick View is a recently built modern family run guest house and this is reflected in the high standard and quality of the service provided. The Scottish Borders is steeped in history and local culture.
Come and trace your ancestory in the award winning Hawick Heritage Hub. Enjoy the annual Common Riding this year celebrating 500 years and renowned as one of the biggest parties in the world! (www.hawickcommonriding.com) The Borders Book Festival The Borders Walking Festival (www.borderswalking.com) the Hawick Reivers Festival or relax and enjoy the music at The Denholm Folk Festival (www.scotborders-folk.org.uk) Ramble on the hills sail the lochs or cycle on hundreds of miles of quiet roads and tracks. If you wish to take things more gently then there are the castles and stately homes and gardens to stroll around.
Have afternoon tea by a lochside try out the tartan shops or trace your ancestry at Hawick's famous Heritage Centre.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Hawick area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Bowhill - 8.5 miles (Historic House)
Halliwell's House Museum - 9 miles (Museum)
Glebe Stone - 9.8 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Yarrow Stone - 9.9 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Hermitage Castle - 11.9 miles (Castle)
Eildon Hills - 13 miles (Countryside)
Abbotsford House - 13.1 miles (Historic House)
Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum - 13.4 miles (Museum)
Ferniehirst Castle - 13.6 miles (Historic House)
Jedburgh Abbey - 13.7 miles (Abbey)
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