Teviotside Guest House is a new establishment in the town of hawick, nestled in the beautiful Scottish Borders.
We're committed to providing you with contemporary, welcoming, and luxurious surroundings, so that your stay in Hawick is a memorable one.
Hawick is an old mill town, located on the river Teviot in the Scottish Borders. It is a town steeped in tradition and full of friendly folk, and surrounded by stunning scenery. There's also plenty to keep you occupied during your stay!
Here at Teviotside Guest House we have six rooms, which all have WiFi, flatscreen televisions, and en-suite bathrooms. We are conveniently located just a short walk from the town's High Street.
We do offer discounted rates for stays over three days, and group bookings.
We are happy to cater towards your dietary preferences, such as vegetarian food.
We are also very happy to cater towards your honeymoon or wedding anniversary to make it an unforgettable event.
If you would like to experience a package tour, let us know your interests and we will try to organize something for your needs and within your budget.
Take a look at our photo gallery, or learn a little about the town of Hawick. If you are interested in staying at Lux Bed and Breakfast, or have any questions for us at all, you can get in touch with us.
Hawick is an old mill town, located on the river Teviot in the Scottish Borders. It is a town steeped in tradition, full of friendly folk, and surrounded by stunning scenery. Hawick's famous exports include rugby and cashmere. Hawick celebrates many events throughout the year: we have the Blues festival, the Reivers festival, and perhaps most famously, the Common Riding.
Described as "one of the best parties in the world," the annual Common Riding is a celebration of the ancient custom of riding the boundaries of the common land, and the capture of the English flags by young men from Hawick.
Hawick is one of the farthest towns from the sea in Scotland! People from Hawick are known as "Teries." Some famous faces from Hawick include Sir Chay Blythe, and Bill McLaren!
There are loads of different activities to do and places to visit here in the Borders. We've put together the page "tourist information" so that you can easily find something that suits you.
Golf, Horseback riding, Archery, Fishing, Walking, Cycling, Visiting Parks and Gardens, Relive the colourful past of the borders by visiting the numerous Castles, Abbeys & Estates.