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Dykecrofts Information Centre & Newcastleton Historic Forest Walk

Things to do in Newcastleton Scottish Borders
Archaeological-Sites in Scotland

Description: Dykecrofts Information Centre houses an exhibition of forestry past and present and leads to Priest Hill, where there are the remains of a 2000 year old Iron Age hillfort and the sites of former farmsteads.

Ownership:
Forest Enterprise

Situation OS ref: NY 504877

How to get there:
By car: A minor road leading from the B6357, left, going over the bridge at the south end of Newcastleton. Signposted thereafter.
By public transport: N/A

Seasonal opening details (2010):
Easter to January (Closed Feb and March)

Opening Hours:
9am to 6pm daily

Facilities:
Classroom and information about Forest Enterprise.

Admission:
Free

Contact:

Attached attractions:

Additional Information
Dykecrofts is also on the Cross-Border Cycle Trail from Kielder Water.
A Booklet of Walks - nine in all, is available from local TIC's.

Web link: (where appropriate):

Places to stay nearby:
Newcastleton

Local towns and villages:
Newcastleton
Hawick


Dykecrofts Information Centre & Newcastleton Historic Forest Walk, Scotland