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Back To Floorplan Neidpath Castle
Neidpath Castle is a dramatic and ancient castle perched above the River Tweed. Open by appointment, all year for private visits and events.

Steeped in history since 1300, Neidpath has welcomed kings and queens and philosophers, as well as repelling Reivers and Cromwellian Troops.

The romantic and tragic story of Mary Queen of Scots, is told in a series of stunning, world class batiks, hung in the Great Hall.

Sir Walter Scott wrote a poem about 'The Maid of Neidpath', Jean Douglas, who haunts the castle having died of a broken heart.

We offer bespoke tours for small or large groups and can lay on everything from 'Tea, Coffee & Cake', to a full 'Medieval Banquet' and 'Scottish Ceilidh'.

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Back To Floorplan Big Houses in the Scottish Borders
Discover 10 of Scotland's finest historic homes located in the heart of the beautiful Scottish Borders.

Set amidst breathtaking scenery, there is a wealth of historic houses to view and grounds and gardens to explore, all within a 50 mile radius not far from Edinburgh. Our featured homes and castles have fascinating historical links and each has its own unique charm.
Back To Floorplan Abbotsford
Abbotsford is the extraordinary home of Sir Walter Scott, the 19th century poet, novelist and celebrity; the ‘Great Scott’ who changed how the world saw Scotland.
Sir Walter Scott’s Abbotsford remains one of the most famous houses in the world, an extraordinary monument to the genius who built it.
Our booking team will assist with all requirements from standard visits to specialist tours of the house and gardens.
Our Hope Scott Wing also offers luxury accommodation in a unique setting. Private dining is available, and for a really special experience, why not sit down to dinner at the majestic oak table in Scott’s private dining room.

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Back To Floorplan Thirlestane Castle
Nestled in the gentle Scottish Borders hills, with its fairytale turrets, Thirlestane Castle is a breath-taking 16th century visitor attraction and venue with a tea room, gift shop and ample parking. Surrounded by peaceful parkland, Thirlestane is just 35 minutes south of Edinburgh. We welcome individuals and groups who would like to tour the castle and can provide free-flow or guided tours. We can also offer the venue on an exclusive use basis. With grand state rooms and more rustic spaces we can cater for many different types of events including corporate and incentive days. We work with a range of award-winning caterers and activity providers to complete your visit to Thirlestane.
Back To Floorplan Mellerstain House & Gardens
Mellerstain, one of Scotland’s great Georgian houses was begun in 1725 by Scottish architect William Adam and completed in 1778 by his more famous son, Robert. The result is an outstanding example of 18th century Scottish architecture.

The interior decoration is stunning – the ceilings are especially worthy of note, having been preserved in the original Adam colours. The Library is a masterpiece of Classical decoration and colour.
There is a superb collection of fine art with many lovely pieces of period furniture, china and embroidery collections. The portraits on show depict many members of the family.

The house stands in beautiful parkland and gardens with a playground and cafe.
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