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Ferniehirst Castle, Scottish Borders
Ferniehirst Castle

Ferniehirst Castle

Things to do in Jedburgh Scottish Borders
Historical-Buildings in Scotland

Description:
Built as the seat of one of the main branches of the Kerr family, it was the home of the late Marquis & Marchioness of Lothian.

Ownership:
Private

Situation OS ref: NT 652179

How to get there:
By car: Just off the A68, one mile south of Jedburgh.
By public transport: Intercity buses between Edinburgh and Newcastle stop at Ferniehirst Castle road end.

Seasonal opening details (2016):
JULY only

Coaches by appointment only

Opening Times
Annual July Opening

Tuesday - Sunday 2.00p.m. to 5.00p.m. Closed Mondays
Guided Tours only

Facilities:
Information Centre and Shop
Ample car parking for cars & coaches
Toilets
Dogs on leads welcome in grounds.

Admission: 2016
Report to visitor centre for guided tours only
Entrance fees and gifts by cash only

Contact:
Tel: 01835 862201 or 864384

Attached attractions:
River walk

Additional info:
Private Chapel and Museum

Web link: (where appropriate):
Ferniehirst Castle

Places to stay nearby:
Jedburgh

Local towns and villages:
Jedburgh


Ferniehirst Castle, Scotland