Gardens and parks in the Scottish Borders

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  • Visitors walk along a garden path at Abbotsford House
    Abbotsford House gardens
  • Looking inside a green house in Kailzie Gardens
    Kailzie Gardens
  • Looking over a park in the centre of Galashiels
    Park in Galashiels
  • Looking across the gardens to Paxton House
    Paxton House
  • Visitors stand on a bridge at Teviot Water Gardens
    Teviot Water Gardens

Find out about the many beautiful parks and gardens of the Scottish Borders.

Explore Priorwood Garden and Dried Flower Shop, Scotland’s only dried flower garden, take a wander around the fantastic Hawick Walled Garden or enjoy the stunning array of native and exotic plants at Dawyck Botanic Gardens.

Experience a dazzling array of colour at Dawyck in Stobo as swatches of rhododendrons and Himalayan poppies come into bloom. Take a gentle stroll along the picturesque woodland paths of this renowned arboretum, and stand under the shade of the garden's towering conifers.

The grounds at Traquair House, Innerleithen are made up of over 100 acres of woodlands, lawns and a more modern maze. Look out for a huge array of trees, including Douglas Firs, limes, ash, horse chestnut and beech, not to mention some of the oldest yews in Scotland. At the west side of the house, look out for Cupid’s Garden, tucked away out of view and very romantic with a grey and white theme.

Explore the 56 acres of formal and informal gardens at Manderston House, with lake and Chinese bridge, and admire the gateway into the formal garden, which is gilded to catch the light from the setting sun.

Take a look through the listings to find many parks and gardens in the Scottish Borders.

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  1. Mellerstain House & Gardens


    Historic Buildings & Homes


    • 4 Historic House
    4 Historic House


    Listed as one of Britain's ten best stately homes by The Telegraph, Mellerstain is a must-see. "A treasure, wonderful gardens and beautiful house!"

  2. Wilton Lodge Park


    Parks & Gardens


    • 3 Visitor Attraction
    3 Visitor Attraction


    A variety of activities are available at beautiful Wilton Lodge Park, where you can enjoy gorgeous Scottish Borders scenery.

  3. Kielder Water & Forest Park


    Parks & Gardens


    The Scottish Borders

    Kielder Water & Forest Park spans 250 square miles and is home to the largest working forest in England and the largest man-made lake in northern Europe. This spectacular environment is the ideal place to enjoy the unique landscape.


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