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Hawick hotel Hizzys is a totally refurbished former hotel, now re-opened as a guest house. Owners Frankie and Amanda have been in business together for 20 years, and this is a new and exciting venture for them.

We can guarantee you a warm welcome and personal service, and look forward to hearing from you.

Hizzy’s is named after Steven Hislop, who won no less than 11 Isle of Man TT victories, and who died in a helicopter accident in 2003.

Hizzys Guest House Accommodation

Various rooms are available, including 2 family rooms and a 4-poster bedroom. En suite facilities are available. Other options include an annexe suitable for groups, and a self-catering house for a family of four.

Rates are inclusive of full breakfast per person per night (special charge for children under 10 years, and for children over 10 years). Evening meals can be provided. Vegetarian food is supplied fresh daily.

We also have a self-contained house, suitable for a family or two couples, if you are looking for self-catering accommodation.

This is a dog-friendly guest house

Hawick and round about
Hawick is a town of some 15,000 people in the beautiful Scottish Borders. The Borders area offers a wealth of opportunities for leisure and tourism:

Hawick has a testing hillside golf course, with several others - Minto, Jedburgh etc - within a 10-mile radius. The Freedom of the Fairways Scheme allows you to play on different courses with one ticket.

This is a great rugby town, too, and home to Hawick Rugby Football Club. There are ample opportunities for fishing, in lochs such as Acreknowe and Alemoor. And we are only a few miles away from the world-famous river Tweed.

From Border Abbeys (such as Dryburgh and Jedburgh) to the world-famous knitwear industry, the area is steeped in history.

We are about an hour from Edinburgh, Newcastle and Carlisle.

We can guarantee you a warm welcome and personal service, and look forward to hearing from you.

Email Hizzys Guest House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com