Situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders is historic Selkirk. The town’s famous patronages are William Wallace and Sir Walter Scott, both providing the town with a rich history. Offering splendid scenery, the Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys provide a majestic backdrop for the town, and there is an abundance of walking and cycling to be found in this area. Nearby the magnificent Bowhill House is a fantastic day out for the whole family, with tours of the house, woodland walks, adventure play, ranger services, and even a theatre with scheduled events, there will be something for everyone here. Selkirk Golf Club can be found in a heathland setting at Selkirk Hill, and in the town centre, Halliwell’s House Museum is an intimate but interesting exhibition of the story of the burgh of Selkirk.