Explore the County of Selkirkshire
Selkirkshire is a county steeped in history. The name itself is derived from the Auld Scots words ‘sheil’ and ‘kirk’ which means ‘the church in the forest’. Selkirk was the location and ancient seat in the Ettrick Forest for Scottish Kings and was given Royal status in the twelfth century.
On the very edge of the sprawling Ettrick Forest, Selkirkshire is home to stunning scenery in an area, once home to a tremendous castle. Explore everything that the county has to offer for a memorable trip to Scotland, staying in one of the areas fine hotels or quaint bed and breakfasts.
Some Tourist Information Sites for Selkirkshire:
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