Gardens and Grounds

Beautiful landscapes within the Castle grounds

The gardens and grounds at Floors are a delight to explore with your family and friends.

Combining one of the finest Victorian kitchen gardens in the spectacular Walled Garden with the formal Millennium Garden, the gardens at Floors are a showpiece of seasonal interest and inspired new creations.

Enjoy the frenzy of colour in the breath-taking herbaceous borders, explore the glasshouses bursting with soft fruit with the kids or take a stroll with the dog through the Millennium Garden featuring a French-style parterre and also a charming summerhouse known as Queen’s House after Queen Victoria’s visit in 1867.

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Discover our beautiful Scottish gardens

Millennium Garden

This lovely formal garden with its French-style parterre was created to commemorate the new millennium and features the intertwining initials of the 10th Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe. The roman numerals MM in box hedging signify the year 2000 and flank the ducal coronet. On the upper terrace are varieties of heritage apple trees trained up circular frames.



Star Plantation

This beautiful woodland garden between Floors Castle and the Millennium Garden is a joy to explore with its lovely mix of mature hardwood trees, open glades and woodland shrubs. The star plantation takes its name from the grass avenues radiating outwards from a central lime tree which is a delightful wrought iron seat.



The Terrace Café

We welcome visitors to the Terrace Café where the menu changes seasonally with all our new dishes created in the Castle kitchen using local produce including some recipes unique to Floors Castle.



Walks & Cycle Trails

The two walks on the Estate provide an opportunity for you to enjoy one of the most beautiful landscapes in Scotland and a cycle trail allows you to do this on two wheels.


Scotland’s Largest Inhabited Castle