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Overview

With a 16th-century peel tower at its core Bemersyde House is an imposing house set within fine gardens and grounds close to the burgh of Melrose in the Borders.

The gardens were laid out by Field Marshal Earl Haig.


Today
Today’s opening hours

Grounds only: year round, every day, dawn to dusk.

Email via their website to make an appointment before visiting.

Opening
Opening

2019

Grounds only: year round, every day, dawn to dusk.

Email via their website to make an appointment before visiting.

Appointment

Historic Houses members visit for free.

The gardens only are open by appointment please contact Jack Frater by email jfrater@andersonsnorthern.co.uk or call 01968678465 to arrange your visit.

Find Us
Find us

Bemersyde is accessible by car on the B6356 St Boswells to Earlston road.

Follow signs for the William Wallace Statue and Scotts View.

The house entrance is on the left just before the Bemersyde village.

Parking

Car park on site

  • Free

Accessibility
Accessibility
  • Accessible parking
Group Visits
Group Visits

We offer visits to Members of NADFAS and NACF.

The house has no indoor staff so we are unable to offer any form of refreshments.

Please contact Jack Frater by email jfrater@andersonsnorthern.co.uk or call 01968678465.

The Sunken Garden at Bemersyde


Walks

The gardens at Bemersyde sits within the peaceful surrounds of the ancient woodlands along the banks of the River Tweed which is an important refuge for a diverse range of rare plant and beetle species.



Weddings


Accommodation

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