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Hawick, located in the Scottish Borders, is situated in southeast Scotland. The town is perhaps most well known for its Common Riding, which takes place on an annual basis. Visitors will notice that the town is distinctive with its liberal use of sandstone buildings topped with slate roofs. There are a variety of shops in the local area to enjoy as well as a host of restaurants and eateries. There are also several accommodations in Hawick as well as in the local area. The town can be easily accessed from other towns in the immediate vicinity. Book Hawick hotels, Hawick Bed and Breakfasts or other Hawick accommodation below.
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Wiltonburn Farm B&B
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Wiltonburn Farm B&B
Hawick, TD9 7LL  Show on map
Score 9 from 22 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1450 372414
    Fax: +44 (0)1450 378098

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Bridge House
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Bridge House
Sandbed, Hawick, TD9 0HE  Show on map
Phone: +44 (0)1450 370701
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The Scottish town of Hawick is located within the Scottish Borders and is best known for its common riding which is an annual event. Hawick is one of the towns in Scotland that is furthest from the sea. The town of Hawick is located in the centre of Teviotdale and it is the biggest town in the area that was once the county of Roxburghshire. The town was once best known for its production of high quality knitwear. The town of Hawick has a lot of very distinctive buildings that are made from sandstone and also feature slate roofs. A lot of the distinctive buildings can be seen near the A7 road. The town of Hawick is twinned with the French town of Bailleul.

Hawick is home to a local rugby club and is also home to a local senior football club known as Hawick Royal Albert and they play as part of the East of Scotland football league. There is a lot of rivalry between the small towns within the border and it is generally played out on the rugby field and the antagonism that happens today dates back a long way in history. The main rival that the town of Hawick has is with the town of Galashiels, which is a similar size of town.

There are a lot of traditions that still take place today such as the common riding which is an annual event. The common riding commemorates a victory of a local group of youths over a raiding party from England which happened in 1514.

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