Borders Textile Towerhouse
I touched upon this on one of my other reviews, but i’ll say it again, Live Borders have been so integral to museums and attractions within the Scottish Borders and the staff employed by the organisation, really do have a passion for every single attractions within their fold. Here at the Borders Textile Townhouse, this is no different. What really does get brought back to life and what quickly hit home to me, was the images and artefacts of a time where fashion was just finding its feet and whereas now, textiles are being made abroad, this attraction really does explain exactly why the British Isles was top of its Textile game and in some ways, ahead of its time. Housed within a house with a vast history itself, you’ll be able to learn what life would of been like for not only the workers, but for all that lived here.- Top 100 Review
1 Tower Knowe
Hawick, Scottish Borders , TD9 9EN
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Nearby Eating Out
The Night Safe
Night Safe Bistro, which has taken its name from the original night safe displayed outside, has been transformed from a former bank into a first class eating establishment
The Horse & Hound Country Inn
Featuring a garden and bar, as well as a restaurant, Horse and Hound Country Inn is set in Bonchester Bridge.The units in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV.
The Laurels Bed & Breakfast
Located within Hawick, Scottish Borders, The Laurels is a lovely Victorian town house built in 1880 with picturesque views across the valley and Hawick (the home of cashmere).
Wiltonburn Farm B&B & Self Catering Cottages
You will be warmly welcomed and cared for on our 400 acre sheep and arable farm in a lovely peaceful valley only 2 miles from Hawick. We have two letting rooms for bed and breakfast: