Courtyard Café

Perfectly positioned between the Castle and the woodland car park, and open seasonally from May to September. The Duchess of Roxburghe re-designed and refurbished the Courtyard Café, creating an enjoyable place to relax for a coffee or light lunch with family or larger groups. Formerly a stable block for the Duke of Roxburghe’s polo ponies, the walls are covered in pictures of the equine residents from years gone by.

Lunch Menu

The Couryard Café offers a fine selection of light lunch options. From homemade soup to paninis, freshly prepared sandwiches and ice-cream! Pop in for a bite to eat after exploring the Castle or taking a wonder around the grounds. Outdoor seating is available together with benches with views over the River Tweed to soak up the splendid scenery. (Our outdoor seating area is dog friendly. Water and tie up points are also available).

2019 Menu Coming Soon

Hot & Cold Drinks

Good quality tea and coffee is important to us and we use the very best selection from Brodies of Edinburgh.

The drinks fridge in the Courtyard Café is well stocked with a range of quality refreshments, including: locally produced apple juice (from Laprig, who are just 7 miles away) and Summerhouse – a renowned Scottish lemonade producer. We are also licensed to sell alcohol in the café and have a fine selection of wine, bottled beer and cider available.

Childrens Menu

The café includes homemade and healthy child friendly food options, freshly prepared in our kitchen. We also have a great selection of childrens snacks, drinks and locally produced ice-cream. The perfect treat during their Floors Castle adventures.

Group Bookings

We are always delighted to welcome group bookings and an area within the Courtyard Café can be reserved for larger parties. Please call to discuss your requirements. Our team will be happy to assist. Call 01573 227660 or email enquiries@floorscastle.com

Scotland’s Largest Inhabited Castle