The ancestral and current home of the Duke of Roxburghe, Floors castle was built between 1721 and 1726 by Scottish architect William Adam. Open to the public for over 40 years, the stories of ten generations of the Roxburghe family are embellished by a treasure trove of furniture, tapestries, carpets and artwork.
Where is Floors Castle & Gardens located?
Floors castle is located on a natural terrace overlooking the beautiful River Tweed, with views to the south across rolling countryside towards the Cheviot Hills and the border with England. Close by is the historic market town of Kelso, with its picturesque square, shops restaurants and cafes.
What style of garden is Floors Castle & Gardens?
Visitors can find a number of different elements at Floors Castle Gardens, from the walled garden, with plenty of interest throughout the season, to the glasshouses growing plants for the Castle interiors. There is also a Kitchen Garden and a new Tapestry Garden to enjoy.
What can guests enjoy at Floors Castle & Gardens?
Visit the historic Castle, the largest inhabited house in Scotland, take in the beautiful Gardens before a delicious lunch at the Terrace Cafe. Follow way-marked trails through the woods or down to the river, all set in the stunning landscape of the Scottish Borders.
Dog friendly grounds and gardens.