Cared for by the National Trust for Scotland. As its name suggests, nature is perfectly in tune at Harmony Garden. Step out of normal life and into somewhere more colourful, relaxing and balanced.
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Manicured lawns, scented borders and fruit and vegetable beds spread out from a beautifully proportioned Georgian manor house – available as holiday accommodation.
Wander through the walled grounds and lose yourself in peaceful harmony. The garden is also an excellent viewing point, with an outlook that features the majestic ruins of Melrose Abbey and the nearby Eildon Hills.
Harmony hosts the Borders Book Festival in June every year, attracting some of the brightest stars in contemporary literature and current affairs.
Transport and Parking
No Pets Allowed
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Outdoor Play Area
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