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Hawick hotel Beautifully converted farm steadings, providing homely B&B accommodation in the Borders.

Set in 2 acres of garden. 5m. from the Scottish border and near to Jedburgh & Hawick. The Steadings is ideally located as a stopover to or from Scotland.

The Steadings Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

All our bedrooms are of a high standard (Tourist Board / Visit Scotland inspected) with en-suite bath or shower rooms and views of the stunning Borders hills. One twin room is on the ground floor and has an en-suite shower room.

Guest controlled central heating, tea making facilities and TVs in all rooms. A large separate guest sitting room with log burning stove opens out onto a large patio with access to the mature garden grounds where guests can sit and children are welcome to play.

DVD's, games, books, local maps and a Wii console (for children?) are all in the sitting room.
All our B&B accommodation is of a high standard. Free Broadband connection to all rooms.

Also available is a spacious self catering cottage (converted granary) sleeping four people plus cot (Z-bed by arrangement) giving quality accommodation where pets are welcome.

Children are welcome to play in the gardens. Top Paddock (1.3 acres), safe for children to play.
Other paddock is suitable for grazing.

Garaging available for bikes if required. We can garage up to 8 bikes. Secure and dry. Battery charging, and cleaning equipment.

Breakfast served in the dining room at time of your choice. Choice of cereals, fruit juices, toast and preserves. Fresh fruit and yoghurt, tea or coffee
And choice of either....

Full Scottish breakfast:- bacon, sausage, egg, mushrooms,tomatoes,potato scones.(or part of your choice). Scottish smoked salmon with scrambled local free-range eggs on a toasted muffin. Smoked haddock with poached egg.

Continental breakfast with crusty bread, ham and cheeses. A wide choice of breakfast including a full Scottish is served in the dining room and special diets can be catered for by arrangement.

Pet Policy
· No Pets Allowed

Children and Infants
· Children Welcome
· Outdoor Play Area
· Highchair Available
· Baby Listening/Sitting Facilities Available
· Cot Available

Smoking Policy
· No Smoking Permitted

Credit Cards
· No credit cards accepted

Activities and Attractions
Explore the many local waymarked cycle routes. Mountain bikes are available for our guests use. Top quality horse riding centres, archery centre. Two leisure pools with fitness centres all nearby.

Horses welcome
Bring your own horse.One of the farm buildings has just been converted into two new stables, a spacious tack room and tying up area. The stable block and one of the paddocks are situated just opposite the B&B entrance, so your horse is literally right outside your window!

There are no other horses on the premises and the stables have been built for visiting horses. Straw, shavings and hay can be provided.

Gun dogs can be kenneled in dry and secure stables. Also motorbikes and cycles. Ample private parking is available.

Riding Opportunities
The Buccleuch Country Rides are right on your doorstep including the Jedburgh and Hawick Circular riding route and the Jeburgh-Hawick Link. The Cheviot Hills offer stunning riding routes and are only a short drive from The Steadings. Choose from South of Scotland Countryside Trails and other Cheviot paths. There are many other local rides on forest tracks and quiet minor roads.

The Steadings B&B is the perfect place for a quiet relaxing break in the country, whilst only just over an hour away is Edinburgh, Carlisle and Newcastle. We are well placed for visiting the Border towns of Jedburgh (7 miles), Hawick (10 miles), Kelso, Selkirk, and Melrose as well as Northumberland with Hadrian's wall, Kielder Water and Forest and the towns of Hexham, Alnwick and Corbridge.

JEDBURGH lies on the Jed Water, a tributary of the River Teviot, it is only ten miles from the border with England, and is dominated by the substantial ruins of Jedburgh Abbey. Other notable buildings in the town include Mary, Queen of Scots' House and Jedburgh Castle Jail, now a museum.

HAWICK is most well-known for its annual Common Riding, which combines the annual riding of the boundaries of the town's common land with the commemoration of a victory of local youths over an English raiding party in 1514.

The long forgotten Hawick Ba game was once played here by the 'uppies' and the 'doonies' on the first Monday after the new moon in the month of February. Although the Ba game is no longer played at Hawick, it is still played at nearby Jedburgh.

Cyclists welcome at The Steadings
Explore the many waymarked cycle routes amid stunning scenery. Mountain bikes available for guests. We welcome cyclists and have secure storage for bikes, and workshop facilities.

We are right on the "Borders loop" (A 250 mile long cycleway) which can be done from B&B to B&B or as shorter sections. There are many cycle routes of varying lengths and type suitable for beginners to experienced. Close by there are marked forest tracks ('Swinnie' and 'Hells Hole, at Hyndelee') suitable for mountain bikes. (A great family day out).

We are just over the border into scotland; making an ideal first stop on a Scotland tour. Steven 'Hizzy' Hislop lived and was laid to rest here in Chesters. Pay your respects to 'Hizzy' at his memorial in the village.

There is also a bronze statue in his memory in Wilton park, Hawick. It is unusual as it is a life-sized image of "Hizzy" in his leathers and is mounted at ground level.

Superb golf courses in the Borders. The Scottish Borders boasts numerous outstanding 18 hole courses. A varied mixture of course type and all amid stunning scenery. There is a 'Freedom of the Fairways' pass available making a golfing week or three day break very affordable.

Getting there from the Information Centre:

From Jedburgh TIC drive three miles south on the A68 - turn right at the Chesters 5 miles signpost. From Hawick, take the A698 towards Jedburgh. 500yds after leaving Hawick turn right onto the A6088 follow this road for 8 miles through Bonchester Bridge and onto Chesters.

Getting There by Railway:
From Edinburgh or Newcastle - follow the A68 to Jedburgh. From Carlisle follow the A7 to Hawick. Then as above. Both 55 miles.

Getting there by Aeroplane:
See above.

Getting There by Ferry:
From Rosyth - over Forth Bridge onto the City Bypass - A68 to Jedburgh, then as from TIC 70miles. From Newcastle - docks - Follow A187, A193 and A167 through Newcastle. Then the A696 then A68 towards Jedburgh - 60 miles.

From Hull - A1 north to Newcastle. From Stranrar take A75 to Dumfries and onto Gretna, take the A6071 for 3m towards Longtown and onto the A7 for 33miles to Hawick. Then as from Tourist Information Centre.

Email The Steadings Bed and Breakfast enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com