Branxholme Castle lies three miles (5km) southwest of Hawick which is a historic Scottish Borders market town.
The town of Hawick is renowned for the craftsmanship of its workers whose skill in the art of wool, fine knitting, and the weaving of tweeds is known throughout the world.
Hawick provides an unrivaled vantage point from which to visit much of the Borderland with its historic abbeys, castles, and magnificent mansions. Just wondering around the beautiful countryside can invoke visualizations of the stirring tales of the turbulent Border life in the Middle Ages.
“When war and bloodshed marked the land and knights in mail-clad armour strove against each other, hand to hand”.
This shop is situated in Commercial Road where the use of the name “Tweed” originated and is proud to continue this unique tradition into the 21st Century
This recently opened retail store is situated adjacent to the main car park where you will discover a large selection of ladies and men’s sweaters all knitted locally in this family owned mill.
Hawico is a specialist manufacturer with over 130 years history, producing luxurious cashmere knitwear, with its factory store and visitor centre situated in Arthur Street.
On the banks of the River Teviot, Eastfield Mill has been the centre of textile manufacturing for more than 140 years. Free guided tours and bright spacious retail space. Unwind in the comfortable coffee shop where you can enjoy home baking and local produce.
Teviotdale Arans produce hand-knitted aran sweaters and accessories made from the highest quality wools.
Iconic brand and visitor outlet store for knitwear, wovens and accessories.
See the range of luxury designer cashmere accessories using the finest cashmere yarn designed, manufactured and sold directly by the company.