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About The Area

Hawick.

Half way between Carlisle and Edinburgh the tourist route to Scotland. The scenic A7 crosses the River Teviot. Here, historic and hospitable, is Hawick largest of our Scottish Border Towns. Capital of Cashmere and renowned for Rugby, Hawick offers its visitors a welcoming variety of experiences not least its spectacular Wilton Park with its unique museum, Restful Walled Gardens and mill shops with bargains galore!

So take time to explore and to visit the Tourist Information Centre at Tower Mill, Kirkstile, Hawick TD9 0AE (01450 373993) who can provide all the information you need to make the most of your time in this romantic of regions.

A wide range of accommodation is available. To find out much more contact the Scottish Borders Tourist Board by visiting www.the-scottish-borders.co.uk

Directions

Border Antique Centre Ltd is situated in an old mill located behind the Town Hall in Garfield Street, Hawick. There is plenty of free car parking right next to the centre

Approaching Via the A7 from Edinburgh and the North

At roundabout by the Leisure Centre take second turnoff across the river Teviot into Mart Street and continue to the next roundabout Take the fourth turnoff into Bourtree Place and carry straight on passing the Horse Monument on your right into the High Street Just after the first pedestrian crossing lights turn left into O'Connell Street, and at the end of the Street Turn right at the T junction. and carry straight on, Border Antique Centre Ltd is situated on the right hand side just after the car parks.

Approaching Via the A7 from Carlisle and the South

At the roundabout take the first turnoff and follow the road round over the bridge into Commercial Road carry on until you come to the next roundabout take the third turnoff across the river Teviot into Mart Street and continue to the next roundabout Take the fourth turnoff into Bourtree Place and carry straight on passing the Horse Monument on your right into the High Street Just after the first pedestrian crossing lights turn left into O'Connell Street, and at the end of the Street Turn right at the T junction. and carry straight on, Border Antique Centre Ltd is situated on the right hand side just after the car parks.

Approaching Via the A698 from Jedburgh and the East

At the roundabout take second turnoff into Bourtree Place and carry straight on passing the Horse Monument on your right into the High Street Just after the first pedestrian crossing lights turn left into O'connell Street, and at the end of the Street Turn right at the T junction. and carry straight on, Border Antique Centre Ltd is situated on the right hand side just after the car parks.

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