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Eat Out to Help Out

Enjoy the Eat out to Help Out Scheme at The Terrace Café during your visit to the Gardens and Grounds at Floors*.

We are participating in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which awards guests up to 50% off to a maximum value of £10 per person on food and drinks.


Annual Pass update

Do you have a Floors Castle & Gardens Annual Pass?

Due to the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, all passes were frozen on the 20th of March 2020.

To coincide with our reopening on the 25th July, all passes have now been reactivated. Therefore, any outstanding days on your pass at the time of closure can now be enjoyed.*


Alfresco at Floors

We are looking forward to welcoming you back to the Terrace café with our brand new picnic style menu.

Our team have been working hard behind the scenes to get ready to serve you safely. From the 25th July onwards, enjoy delicious food in beautiful surroundings.


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Head Gardener Job Opportunity

Following the retirement of the present Head Gardener in October 2020, we are seeking a talented and experienced person to join our team. **Position now filled**


Reopening of the gardens and grounds at Floors Castle 2020

From the 25th July onwards the Gardens, grounds and Terrace Café (with a new picnic style menu only) will reopen 7 days per week. The Castle will remain closed at this time.

Until the 30th September the park walks and cycle paths are open without admission to those visiting the Terrace Café.


Stay at the Head Gardener’s House, as featured in Forbes and The Times

Handpicked by The Times & The Sunday Times as one of the most romantic places to stay in the UK, and now featured by Forbes as one of the UK's best hideaways, the Head Gardener's House at Floors Castle is a fairytale getaway for future staycation plans.


Country sports could spearhead revival

A green light for activities such as grouse shooting and deer stalking could be pivotal to economic revival in some remote communities.

That’s the conclusion from a snapshot survey of 32 sporting estates, with growing uncertainty over whether visitors from outwith Scotland will be able to participate in country sports in 2020.


Discover what’s inside Scotland’s largest inhabited castle

If you missed it the first time around you'll be pleased to hear that you can join Julie Montagu on the Smithsonian channel this Sunday as she ventures to Floors Castle in the Scottish Borders.


May in the Walled Garden

As news emerges that restrictions will continue in Scotland for the short term, it looks like it will be a while longer before we can re-open our gates to visitors. Whilst the streets and roads in the surrounding Scottish Borders community remain quiet, the gardens at Floors are a hub of activity. Wildlife continues the daily routine as normal as the gardeners go about their new way of working.


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Scotland’s Largest Inhabited Castle