Getting Here

We are on the outskirts of Kelso, a vibrant market town in the Scottish Borders. The area offers a fascinating mix of busy historic towns, views of rolling hills and plenty of places to stop and explore. Perfect for a day out from Edinburgh, Glasgow or Newcastle.

How to get to Floors Castle

Sat Nav Postcode – TD5 7RL.  Floors Castle, Kelso, Scottish Borders, Scotland..

Once you are in Kelso, please look for the many tourist signs ‘Floors Castle’ that are dotted around the market town and approach roads. Please refer to the Google map below. Entrances: We have two entrances to the Castle and Estate. The main gates and driveway are open in Spring and Summer offering you stunning views of the castle as you enter and arrive at our free parking site.

By Road: There are three major trunk roads within the Scottish Borders; the A1 in the East, the A7 and the A68 in the Central Borders. By Rail: The Scottish Borders is accessible by train on the East Coast rail line between London and Edinburgh stopping at Berwick-Upon-Tweed which lies approximately half an hour away.  Public transport operates from the town.  The stunning Borders Railway line stretches for 30 miles and takes just 55 minutes from Edinburgh city centre, through Midlothian to Tweedbank in the Scottish Borders. Public transport again operates from Tweedbank and Floors Castle is approximately 25 minutes drive away. To plan your visit using public transport please visit


We are dog friendly! Dogs on leads are very welcome throughout the grounds and gardens (no dogs inside the castle please). There are water points and alfresco dining at the Terrace and Courtyard Cafes so they needn’t be shut in the car.

Opening times 2022

Castle, Courtyard Café & Grounds (Including special event closures)
9th April - 30th September10:30am - 5:00pm
October - March** CLOSED **
Gardens, Apple Shed and Terrace Café
9th April - 30th September10:00am – 5:00pm
October - March10:30am - 4:00pm
RHS Cardholder Entry (Free Admission)
Every TuesdaySee seasonal opening times

Scotland’s Largest Inhabited Castle