Things to do in Duns Scottish Borders
Historical-Buildings in Scotland
A handsome four storey tower house built to an L-shaped design in 1581. It still retains its iron gate.
Formerly the property of the Gordon and Seton families, in later times it came into the ownership of the Pringles of Stichel and the Dalrymple family..
In the care of Historic Scotland
OS ref: NT 639428
How to get there:
Half a mile west of Gordon village on the A6105 road leading to Earlston.
By public transport:
Regular bus service from Earlston to Gordon. (Section of Galashiels to Berwick Service via Duns)
Seasonal opening details:
Unattended. Open all year.
Access at reasonable hours.
Parking on the nearby roadside.
Sensible footwear recommended.
Places to stay nearby:
Local Towns and Villages