Neidpath Castle, an unspoilt 14th century Keep, high above the River Tweed, offers private tours, lunches and teas to visitors, in the Great Hall. All year, by appointment.
Neidpath Castle sits in a commanding position above the River Tweed. It is an unspoilt 14th century Keep, last modernised in the 1600s. Equipped with a dungeon, well, long-drops and fireplaces large enough to roast an ox, there are also a set of exquisite 20th century batiks, telling the story of Mary Queen of Scots, who stayed at the castle. Tours and teas are available all year, by appointment.