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Gattonside Village Gardens

Gattonside TD6 9NP
The Gardeners of Gattonside
Current Openings:
Sunday 28 July, 2pm - 5pm. Refreshments served in the village hall. Plants for sale at Allerly. (2024)
Admission £6.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Borders General Hospital, Margaret Kerr Unit 60%.
Description: A group of varied gardens situated on a south facing slope with views across the River Tweed to Melrose and its famous Abbey. Gattonside is known for its roses and fruit trees, once the fruit growing slopes for the Abbey monks. Walled gardens, herbaceous borders, fruit cages and vegetable gardens. Old and new gardens mixed together in this pretty village. Beautiful listed trees - copper birch, oak trees, fruit trees and espalier trees within the village and gardens - some dating back to the time of Walter Scott!

Directions: On the B6360 just outside the village of Gattonside on the LHS. First house after the 30mph sign. Short walk from Melrose over the chain bridge. Twenty minute walk along the River Tweed from Tweedbank railway station. By car access off A68, signposted Gattonside. Parking within the village.

Other details: Refreshments served in the village hall. Plants for sale at Allerly.

The listing location on a map.