Welcome to Wiltonburn Farm Hawick Scotland

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Hawick hotel 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.

Wiltonburn Farm Accommodation

We have three letting rooms for bed and breakfast: 1 Family room - consisting of a double and single in one large room and a small single with en-suite shower in adjoining room. Reduced rates for children.

One Double room - with private bathroom with large Victorian bath and one Twin - a sunny room overlooking the front garden with double and single bed and use of a bathroom downstairs.

Pet Policy
Pets By arrangement, please bring dog beds or blankets and do not allow on the furniture. Also please keep dogs under control and try not to let them foul near the front door or parking area. Thank you!

Check in After 3.00pm Saturdays (other days/times by arrangement). Check out Before 10.00am on Saturdays.

Attractions and Activities
Wiltonburn is situated at the end of a road so we offer tranquillity without isolation. Relax in the garden or practice your putting or have a game of croquet on the lawn, or walk to the award-winning Wilton Lodge Park on the banks of the River Teviot.

The park extends to over 100 acres with riverside and tree lined walks and a walled garden with superb floral displays. The Hawick Museum and Scott Gallery reflect the town’s history and also house exhibitions including one on “Hizzy” - Steve Hislop the late motorcycling champion.

Hawick in Teviotdale is the largest of the Border towns and is internationally famous for its quality cashmere knitwear. You will find big names and small businesses whose products can be bought in the many specialists shops including Wiltonburn Country Cashmeres at Wiltonburn Farm. You can also see garments in production at Hawick Cashmere Company and Peter Scott’s in the town.

The Heart of Hawick encompasses the Heritage Hub, cinema/theatre exhibitions, café bar, workshop spaces, and tourist information centre. The Heritage Hub is also the home of the Scottish Borders archive and local/family history centre. While the Teviotdale Leisure Centre is a wet/dry activity centre that caters for all the family.

You will be warmly welcomed and cared for as you unwind on our friendly, working mixed farm. Experience our rolling green hills in an idyllic valley 2 miles from Hawick, the centre of Scottish textiles. Your base for walking, riding, fishing, golf, castles and stately homes.

Log fires, cosy rooms and our showroom containing designer cashmere knitwear, costume jewellery, paintings, furniture and country gifts will make your stay more pleasurable. We have three letting rooms for Bed and Breakfast and we offer a shop discount to any of our guests on certain products.

Our newly converted barn stocks designer cashmere knitwear for both ladies and gentlemen at very competitive prices. We sell cashmeres, silks, lamb's wool, cottons, merinos and cashmere/silk mixes.

We have a large stock of sweaters, cardigans,tunics, capes, carves, pashminas, gloves, socks, ties and sloppas - the Wellington boot slipper KC COLLECTION of waistcoats in Italian Toscana Merino and Icelandic lambskin.

Children's and baby wear: Christening shawls Pram covers Pram sets, Jackets, hats, and mitts Matinee coats Arran sweaters and cardigans in all sizes.

Colourful locally made jewellery and accessories add the finishing touches. An excellent after care service is offered and we can have your favourite cashmere invisibly repaired should any damage occur. Special orders can be taken for classic styles in standard or individual sizes.

Wiltonburn Art Gallery
. Painting and Pastels by neighbouring artist Rose Hughes
. Local prints by Sandy Milligan
. Residential Art Courses available
. Humorous Sporting Prints by Mark Huskinson
. Exotic Cushions Gift Cards and much more

VISA AND MASTERCARD accepted. Gift vouchers available. Tea/coffee & toilet facilities on request. Easy parking Pleasurable shopping. Friendly personal attention.

Horses Welcome
Bring your own horse to Wiltonburn or hire one at one of the local stables and find yourself in horse heaven in the Scottish Borders. We have stabling for 3 horses plus sheep shed accommodation and grazing available.

South of Scotland Countryside Trails is a 350km network of quiet off-road routes for walkers, horse-riders and cyclists linking to the Pennine Bridleway, Border Country Ride and other long distance routes. Few and far between are there places left where you can enjoy the solitude and unspoilt countryside still to be found in Scotland.

Striding high on the hills above Wiltonburn or ambling through hidden valleys, you will feel a million miles from the stresses and strains of life.

The 95km (57 miles ) Buccleuch Country Ride offers seven routes through stunning Borders scenery in the Hawick and Selkirk areas and is marked with blue and white horseshoe signs.

Learn to Ride
. Dryden Riding Centre
. Dryden, Ashkirk, Selkirk
. Bailey Mill Trekking Centre (TRSS approved)
. Bailey Mill, Newcastleton
. Lessons or Hired Horses
. Lesley Douglas Langlee riding stables Jadburgh TD8 6PB
. Quality horses and ponies available to hire for hunting or common riding
. Kimmerston Riding Centre (BHS Approved)
. Wooler Northumberland

Horse Activities
. May - Festival of the Horse
. Hawick Common Riding - Ride outs Tuesday and Saturdays May/June
. Ettrick Forest Riding Club

Take A7 south out of Hawick towards Carlisle for one mile. Pick up the brown signs for Wiltonburn Country Cashmeres / B & B / Farmstay. Turn right onto B711 Roberton Road, and turn immediately right after crossing bridge.

Follow the road along the riverside keeping left around a corner and on through and “no through road sign”. Continue straight on and please do not turn in at Briery Hill even if “sat nav” tells you to! At the road end (not up track) turn right and B & B or shop customers please park in car park in front of shop.

Email Wiltonburn Farm enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com