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Selkirk Travel guide
Selkirk : Michelin's recommendations
The former royal burgh of Selkirk, a pretty and proud small town, stands high on the southern flanks of the Ettrick Valley. The town's name is linked to the famous Selkirk bannock, a round fruit loaf. Weaving in the 17C and the development of tweed factories at the bottom of the valley in the 19C made the area prosperous. Today, Selkirk continues to be a very busy market town.
Tourist attractions Selkirk : Things to see and do
High Street GB - Selkirk TD7 4BZ
The County Hotel, standing on the main road to Carlisle, is a fine example of a stagecoach inn. The bust on the first floor of n° 49 is that of Tom Scott, a local artist.
Market Place GB - Selkirk
In the centre, the statue of Walter Scott, sheriff of Selkirk for 33 years, stands where the old tollbooth once was. A statue of Scott in his sheriff's uniform stands over the current courtroom, where, among other reminders of the an, an audio-visual..
Halliwells Close. Market Place GB - Selkirk TD7 4BL
This surprising hardware shop contains objects and articles that were still on sale a few years ago. Upstairs, a picturesque exhibition relates the history of the royal town.
Linglie Road GB - Selkirk TD7 5LS
The BEST WESTERN Philipburn Country House Hotel and Restaurant enjoys a peaceful and tranquil setting within 4 acres of beautiful woodland grounds and gardens. And soon, you could be enjoying it too! On the outskirts of the historic Border town of Se..
3-5 High Street, Market Square GB - Selkirk TD7 4BZ
In the centre of picturesque Selkirk, the historical County Hotel is a friendly former coaching inn on the market square. Each room has a flat-screen TV, bathrobes and DVD/CD player. All of the en suite rooms at the County have tea/coffee facilities..