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Manderston House

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Manderston, which is the home of Lord and Lady Palmer, is a fine combination of Georgian style and Edwardian practicality. It is unique in having the world famous silver staircase.
The Channel 4 television series ‘The Edwardian Country House’ was filmed here.


Situation – OS ref: NT 814545

How to get there:
By car: Situated on the A6105 Duns to Chirnside road
By public transport: Regular bus service from Duns to Chirnside and Eyemouth.

Opening 2016
House & Gardens
Thursdays & Sundays 5th May - 25th September 2016
Bank Holidays late May and August

House 1.30pm - 5pm
Last entry 4.15pm

Gardens 11.30am - dusk

Stables Tea Room from 11.30am

Groups and Parties
Parties are welcome on any day of the year by appointment (min 15 people).
More detail for parties are found in Group Bookings.

2016 Prices
House & Gardens / Gardens only
Adults: £10.00 / £6.00
Group Concession: (min 15 people) £9.50 / £5.50
Children Free

Shop & Tea Room
There is a tea room open from 11.30am on open days serving teas, snacks and light lunches.
The tea room may also be booked for coach parties.

Tel: 01361 883450

Attached attractions:
Extensive grounds
Museum of Huntley and Palmer biscuit tins

Additional info:
VisitScotland 3 star Historic House

Web link:

Places to stay nearby:

Local towns and villages:
- Duns

Manderston House, Scotland