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Duns Castle

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This 14th century Tower House enlarged to splendid Gothic form welcomes individuals, groups and companies into its timeless historical atmosphere. The interior is warm, authentic and comfortable and the owners give their personal attention to every visitor.

The ideal venue for family parties, small groups, weddings, country-based sight-seeing, corporate hospitality, fashion photography or shoots. The same family have lived here for 300 years and have opened their home to guests in the 20th century without losing any of its very personal feel.

There are six holiday properties of various sizes in the landscaped grounds and surrounding hills, ideal for walking. Other facilities include: tennis, clay pidgeon shooting (pre-booked), archery (pre-booked), falconry (pre-booked), 4x4 offroad instruction (pre-booked) and croquet.


Number of Rooms: 12

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Tea on arrival, dinner, bed and breakfast
Double: 300 - B&B only 225
Single: 195 - Single occupancy
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Name: Duns Castle
Cuisine: Traditional Scottish
Chef: Inhouse Team

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