Floors Castle and Gardens
Explore Floors Castle & Gardens, Built by leading architect William Adam in 1721, Floors Castle is Scotland’s largest inhabited Castle and home to the 10th Duke of Roxburghe. The Castle is filled with outstanding works of art, magnificent French furniture and the famous Belgian tapestries. The grand rooms offer superb views of the River Tweed and Cheviot Hills. The Walled Garden is a showpiece of seasonal colour and interest and features colourful themed borders, decorative shrubs, traditional glasshouses filled with delicious fruits and recent developments in the Garden include the dramatic oak framed fruit cage & new Tapestry Garden.
Inspired by the French-style parterre, the Millennium Garden, features the intertwining initials of the present Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe and wander up to the top terrace planted with old varieties of apple trees to discover the Queen’s House, a summer house built in 1867 for Queen Victoria’s visit, this beautiful building as well as the garden, is available for private hire.
Floors Castle and Grounds Open May – October (Weekends only in October)
Floors Gardens and Terrace café open all year round
Catering packages available, 2 cafes on site one available for exclusive use for up to 80.
Menus and packages available on request
• Guided private tours in the Castle and Gardens (Min. of 10)
• New cycle trail
• Children’s wild play nature trail
• Adventure play ground
• Riverside and woodland walks (dog friendly)
• Annual Massed Pipe Band Day – Bank Holiday weekend in August.
61.8 miles (1 hour 19 minutes) from Rosyth
54.3 miles (1 hour 17 minutes) from South Queens Ferry
42.8 miles (1 hour 5 minutes) from Leith
43.9 miles (1 hour 11 minutes) from Newhaven