The Borders and the Southwest

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  • 1. Loch Arthur Creamery and Farm Shop


    Known for its high-quality dairy products, this lively and active farm run by the Camphill community in the charmingly named village of Beeswing...Read More

  • 2. A. D. Livingston and Sons

    Household Items/Furniture

    Fine-furniture restorers and makers in wood and raffia, the Livingstons have a shop in the main street, and some of their work is displayed...Read More

  • 3. Abbey Mill


    Take a break from sightseeing at Abbey Mill, where you'll find handwoven knitwear as well as homemade jams and fudge. The wee tearoom is also...Read More

  • 4. Brevity


    Although it's tiny, this fashion boutique seems to cram an enormous amount of imaginative clothing into a small space. Younger designers, especially...Read More

  • 5. By the Book


    This well-stocked and (more important) well-organized secondhand bookshop on Castle Douglas's main shopping street has large windows that invite...Read More

  • 6. Caledonia


    For anything and everything Scottish, from kilts to dirks and jams to tablecloths, look no further than Caledonia. You can also rent kilts here. ...Read More

  • 7. Edinburgh Woollen Mill


    The shelves at this shop burst with sweaters, kilts, tartan knitwear, and scarves. It's a good place to stock up on gifts. ...Read More

  • 8. Galloway Gems and Craft Centre and Outback Yarns


    In this glittery shop you can purchase mineral specimens, polished stone slices, and a range of Celtic- and Nordic-inspired jewelry, as well...Read More

  • 9. Galloway Lodge Preserves


    This family-run shop sells marmalades, mustards, chutneys, jams, and jellies, all made in the village. You can also pick up some Scottish pottery...Read More

  • 10. Hawick Factory Visitor Centre


    This is a good place to see knitwear in the making—literally. In the shop you can buy knitwear and cashmere goods for discounted prices. ...Read More

  • 11. Head to Toe

    Household Items/Furniture

    The shop stocks natural beauty products, handmade pine furniture, and handsome linens—from patchwork quilts to silk flowers. ...Read More

  • 12. Keith Walter

    Jewelry & Watches

    Among the many jewelers on High Street, Keith Walter is a master of gold and silver who makes his creations on the premises. He also stocks...Read More

  • 13. Old Bank Bookshop


    Housed in the old Customs House and Bank dating from the 18th century, this fine secondhand bookshop has a cornucopia of books, from the antiquarian...Read More

  • 14. John Moody


    The specialty here is soft cashmere and lamb's wool sweaters for men and women, along with purses, scarves, and gloves. It's a real treat for...Read More

  • 15. White of Hawick


    There's a room here exclusively dedicated to cashmere, and it's a good place to stock up on warm outerwear. White of Hawick also sells an extensive...Read More

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