This rural village near Hawick is set around two traditional greens by the River Teviot and is known for its historic knitting industry.
Centred round two traditional greens, Denholm is a village on the River Teviot, five miles north of Hawick. It is well known for its past stocking, knitting and quarrying industries.
The village has a thriving community life, local shops and a number of local businesses. There is a range of accommodation available within the area.
There are a number of local walks nearby and the 18-hole Minto Golf course lies just north of the village. This is a pleasant base for exploring the Scottish Borders towns of Melrose, Jedburgh, St Boswells and Hawick.
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