About the area

Clovenfords is expanding village in the central Scottish Borders with a population nearing 1,000 and some 350 households. A further 50 are located in the surrounding hamlets of Caddonfoot, Peel, Caddonhaugh and Torwoodlee.

Clovenfords was home to the long closed Tweed Vineries, which produced 15,000 pounds of grapes at its peak and the village hotel saw Sir Walter Scott and William Wordsworth as guests (source).

It is represented by:

Local services

The village shop offers a range of groceries and crafts.

A mobile Post Office operates from the hotel car park. The current opening hours are:

Mondays: 9am – 10.30am
Tuesdays: 9am – 10.30am
Wednesdays: 9am – 10.30am
Thursday: 9am – 10.30am

For more information see the Post Office website: Clovenfords Mobile Service Post Office


The X62 bus passes through the village, connecting to Galashiels, Peebles and Edinburgh.

Borders Buses timetables

Local activities

This website has a directory of local groups which run a range of activities.


Walking: Paths around Galashiels, Paths around Innerleithen and Walkerburn

Cycling and mountain biking: Yair Forest, Glentress Forest, Yair Bridge