Although the castle itself won’t open until Easter, the grounds will be open this weekend (March 18 & 19) for lunch on the terrace, a walk around the estate and a place to shop in the Apple Shed.
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You can bring your bikes and enjoy the cycle path overlooking the River Tweed, or go wildlife spotting on a walk in the woods around the estate.
Or grab a takeaway coffee, delicious hot dog or warm soup from the Courtyard Café and take a walk by the Banks of the Tweed, or enjoy a delicious lunch at Café Terrace which now offers a new spring menu.
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If you’re looking for a special Mother’s Day gift, why not call ahead to Apple Shed to have a special basket designed just for you.
An Apple Shed Giftshop & Deli will also be open which stocks an impressive selection of adorable children’s books, homewares and Flowers Castle products, including their popular freezer meals. Roxburghe Rocks tickets will also be available.
Site access is via the Main Golden Gates on Roxburgh Street in Kelso, TD5 7RL allowing easy access for cars, pedestrians and cyclists.
Parking will be available at the Woodland Carpark or the Terrace Café. Last entry through the Golden Gate – 3 p.m.
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