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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Lauder

Lauder village is built along the line of the main A68 from Edinbrugh to Darlington. The central Market Place has the Town Hall at one end and various other buildings called Mid Row dividing it. Visit Thirlestane Castle and its beautiful grounds. There are many other historic buildings and sites to see during your stay. Places to Visit in or near Lauder Thirlestane Castle and Harmony Garden are listed below.
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0.3 miles from the centre of Lauder
Thirlestane Castle is one of the oldest and finest inhabited castles in Scotland. The 16th-century building with its distinctive rose-pink stone and fairy tale
8.4 miles from the centre of Lauder
Experience the tranquillity of Harmony Garden Harmony Garden is surrounded by walls and screened by trees, offering a unique sense of peace and tranquillity. Stroll across the lush green lawns and admire the herbaceous and mixed borders, the vegetable and fruit areas, and, in spring, the rich display of bulbs. The views across Melrose Abbey and Eildon Hills are magnificent.
8.5 miles from the centre of Lauder
Sir Walter Scott’s imagination and creativity extended beyond the walls of his house into the outdoors and the creation of beautiful formal Regency gardens
8.5 miles from the centre of Lauder
Abbotsford is the extraordinary home of Sir Walter Scott, the 19th century poet and novelist who changed how the world saw Scotland and Scotland saw itself
8.6 miles from the centre of Lauder
Explore the art of Dried Flower Arranging at Priorwood Garden Priorwood Garden is a specialist centre for the craft of dried flower arranging. Most of the flowers are grown for this purpose and the colourful selection brings variety to the arrangements made here. You can also learn more about this fascinating craft as there is ongoing drying most of the time. Otherwise you can simply enjoy the blossoms, especially in spring, or pause for a summer picnic within sight of the ruins of Mel...
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