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Welcome to Floors Castle

Welcome to Floors Castle, home to my family and to my predecessors since the house was built for the 1st Duke of Roxburghe in 1721. What you see is an evolving story of a house with impressions left by succeeding generations. Like any family home it is continuing to undergo change with rearrangement of furniture, new decoration and additions from time to time. These changes reflect individual taste and ideas and I believe give the house such life and charm. I hope you enjoy your visit and share the enormous pleasure we derive from Floors and its surroundings.

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Scottish Café Awards 2019 Finalist

We're delighted to announce that The Terrace Café at Floors Castle & Gardens has been shortlisted into the finals at The Scottish Café Awards 2019.

Afternoon Tea at Floors Castle

Due to popular demand Afternoon Tea is now available at The Terrace Café 7 days a week.

Our homemade Afternoon Tea will be made and prepared for you by Head Chef to The Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe.

What’s new in our garden this month?

Spring is a busy time of year in the garden and our dedicated team are working hard in preparation for the season ahead.

We have been catching up with Head Gardener at Floors, Andrew Simmons, who has given an insight into the teams focus for this month. Andrew has also shared his favourite key points of interest to keep an eye out for during your visit in April...

Wuthering Heights open-air theatre at Floors Castle

Floors Castle is delighted to be working with Chapter House Theatre Company to present a magical open-air garden theatre event in the grounds of Floors Castle this summer.

Join us on Tuesday, 23rd July 2019 for a truly memorable evening of entertainment and see Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights performed in magnificent surroundings.

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