Discover Floors Castle, Scotland’s largest inhabited Castle and visit one of the leading visitor attractions in the Scottish Borders.
Floors Castle is one of the most iconic country houses in Scotland. This magnificent family seat is the largest inhabited house in Scotland, and has been home to eleven generations of the Duke's of Roxburghe.
Visit the Castle and explore the collection of fine art, porcelain, tapestries, grand rooms and superb views over the River Tweed and the Cheviot Hills to the south. Built by leading architect William Adam beteween 1721-1726 for the 1st Duke of Roxburghe, it has undergone periodic changes to create the dramatic building you see today, notably during the Victorian period through the work of Scottish architect William Playfair.
Enjoy a wandering through atmospheric woodland grounds or a amble along a trail by the riverside. Garden visits include strolling around the stunning Victorian walled gardens. Children can let off steam in our enclosed adventure playground, there is something for everyone.
Browse round our Castle Gift range and Apple Shed Shop and Deli for our sought-after selection of preserves and pickles or stay longer and sample tray bakes and delicious lunches in either of our two cafés.
Floors Castle opens Easter weekend through to 30 September daily.
Floors Gardens, Terrace Cafe, Apple Shed Gift Shop and Deli are open daily all year round.
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