Floors Castle, the largest inhabited castle in Scotland is home to the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe and their family.
This stunning castle is situated in the heart of the Scottish Borders overlooking the River Tweed and Cheviot Hills. Designed by William Adam, who was both master-builder and architect for the first Duke of Roxburghe, the building started in 1721.
Chinese and European porcelain and many other fine works of art can be found here. These are enhanced with family photographs and beautiful plants grown by the estate gardeners.
Tour the castle and experience the friendly atmosphere leaving no doubt that this is a family home. The extensive parkland and gardens overlooking the Tweed provide a variety of wooded walks. The walled garden contains splendid herbaceous borders and in the outer walled garden a parterre to commemorate the Millennium can be seen. There is also an excellent children's playground and picnic area.
Enjoy the coffee shop in the Walled Gardens or the restaurant adjacent to the castle, where the Duke's chef prepares hot meals and home baking daily. An adjacent shop to the coffee shop sells castle produce and other culinary delights that are a must to take home.