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2020 at Floors Castle & Gardens

Welcome to Floors Castle, the largest inhabited castle in Scotland and family home of the Duke of Roxburghe. Built for the 1st Duke of Roxburghe in 1721, what you see is an evolving story of a house and gardens with impressions left by succeeding generations. We welcome visitors from near and far to come and enjoy this inspiring castle and its surroundings. From our spectacular Victorian Walled Garden with glasshouses, herbaceous borders and a formal Millennium Garden, to woodland and riverside walks and a delightful cycle trail, there is so much to discover. Families are always welcome and we actively encourage children to explore and have fun during their visit.


We are delighted to offer quality, locally sourced homemade food and produce in the Courtyard Cafe, Terrace Cafe and gift shop, and are proud to stock some of the best produce that Scotland has to offer. We believe Floors Castle and Gardens has such life and charm and very much hope you enjoy your visit.

 

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Snowdrop Weekend

Discover a carpet of snowdrops covering the woodland floors.
Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd February 2020. 10.30am - 4pm.

A new year, a new you

Discover the great outdoors at Floors Castle in 2020. With beautiful gardens to explore, expansive grounds to run through, riverside walks to enjoy with the dog and a meandering cycle path that is perfect for a family bike ride, there's no better place to relax and unwind.

Treat yourself this January

Discover our collection of beautiful giftware and treat yourself to homemade produce from our Gift Shop and Deli located within the Terrace Café.

Winter menu – now available at the Terrace Café

The Terrace Café is the perfect spot for a bite to eat during the winter months. Enjoy delicious home made meals and home baking in our cosy tea room before taking a stroll around the walled garden.

“Outstanding Scottish Borders Castle!”

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Scotland’s Largest Inhabited Castle