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Hume Castle, Scottish Borders
Hume Castle

Hume Castle

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

Description: A rare example of a simple courtyard castle of the 13th century, the ruined curtain walls forming the basis of a folly built in 1794 for the last Earl of Marchmont.

Ownership:
In the care of the Berwickshire Civic Society

Situation OS ref: NT 704413

How to get there:
By car: In the village of Hume, which lies between Kelso and Greenlaw, just off the B6364 road.
By public transport: Duns to Kelso bus service, regular but spasmodic, passes through Hume.

Seasonal opening details (2010):
1st April to 31st October.

Opening Hours:
Daylight hours.

Facilities:

Admission:
Free

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Places to stay nearby:
Duns

Local towns and villages:
Greenlaw
- Stichill
- Duns

Hume Castle, Scotland