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Manderston House and Gardens

Birnieknowes, Scottish Borders, TD13 5XH

Manderston House and Gardens

Birnieknowes, Scottish Borders, TD13 5XH

Originally built in 1790s, Manderston was completely rebuilt in the early 1900s by John Kinross, for Sir James Miller. No expense was spared and no detail overlooked. The furniture is French in style and the kitchens have every modern convenience of its day. A special feature of the house is its silver staircase, the only one in the world. The Museum contains a rare collection of commemorative and decorative tins from Huntley & Palmers. Outside are the stables,which were described as the finest in the world, a traditional tearoom and a small shop set amongst 56 acres of gardens.

Information on Manderston House and Gardens , Birnieknowes ,

Opening Times: 3rd May - 30th September 2018, Thurs & Sun only. Bank Holidays late May and August. Gardens and Tearoom open 11:30, House opens 13:30-17:00, last entry 4.15pm. .
Admission: House & Gardens: Adults £10.00. Children £6. Children under 12 Free. Group Concession (min 15 people) £9.50 each.
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (Please keep on lead)
Location: On A6105 two miles east of Duns, 12 miles west of Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Facilities: Limited Disabled Access, Parking Availability, Refreshments, Stables Tea Room
Organisation(s): Historic Houses Association

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