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Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle
Scotland's largest inhabited castle

Visit Floors Castle

"Welcome to Floors Castle, home to my family and to my predecessors since the house was built for the 1st Duke of Roxburghe in 1721. What you see is an evolving story of a house with impressions left by succeeding generations. Like any family home it is continuing to undergo change with rearrangement of furniture, new decoration and additions from time to time. These changes reflect individual taste and ideas and I believe give the house such life and charm.


I hope you enjoy your visit and share the enormous pleasure we derive from Floors and its surroundings".


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Duke of Roxburghe

Our next event

Our next event
Gardening Workshop Join our Head Gardener, Andrew Simmons, on a full day workshop in the wonderful Walled Gardens. More details

Eating at Floors

Eating at Floors
Delicious food served here! All of our food is made in the Castle Kitchens. You can enjoy everything from tea and cake to delicious lunches at our Terrace or Courtyard Cafes. View offer

Accommodation

Accommodation
Where to stay Stay in our luxurious 22 bedroom country house hotel complete with four poster beds, deluxe suites and roaring log fires. Take a look

STOP PRESS Five Stars!

STOP PRESS Five Stars!
awarded by Visit Scotland Luxury visitor attraction Floors Castle in Kelso has been confirmed as a five star visitor attraction by tourism body, VisitScotland.