Selkirk offers a range of independent shops for visitors and locals alike. We’re proud of our traditional market town and we’re sure you’ll like it too!
If you are self-catering why not stock up by popping into some of our shops offering wonderful local produce at the bakers, butchers, or the greengrocer shop – plenty of our produce is grown locally. There are also supermarkets for all the essentials, and if you don’t want to cook there are takeaways so you can spend even more time relaxing.
Do try some of the local specialities such as Selkirk Bannock, or our wonderful organic meats and game, and don’t forget about our great Border lamb. You can also find that a local artisan gin from Selkirk Distillers or one of many Border’s craft beers might be a great accompaniment to your meal! Why not explore some of our great food suppliers by following one of our food trails. Don’t forget to take a taste of the Borders home with you to remind you of your visit.
Local and traditional craftspeople work to produce fine goods and gifts. Amongst others mills you can pop along to Lochcarron Visitor Centre and Andrew Elliot. We also have two glassmakers with Twist Glass and Lindean Mill Glass and our local furniture maker, Rob Elliot, who only works in elm, with trees that have died naturally.