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Traquair House

TRAQUAIR, Innerleithen, EH44 6PW

Scotland's oldest inhabited house, dating back to the 12th century, 27 Scottish monarchs have stayed at Traquair House. William the Lion held court here, and the house has associations with Mary, Queen of Scots and the Jacobite risings. The Bear Gates were closed in 1745, not to be reopened until the Stuarts should once again ascend the throne. There is a maze and woodland walks by the River Tweed, craft workshops and a children's adventure playground. Also an 18th-century working brewery with museum shop and tastings. Award-winning 1745 Cottage Restaurant open for lunches and teas.

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Tel: 01896 830323
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£8.80 (ch £4.50, seniors £7.80). Family £24.50 Group rates available. Grounds only £4.50 (concessions £3.50)

Opening times

Open Apr-Sep, 11-5
1-29 Oct, 11-4
Nov, wknds 11-3
Average visit 3hrs




Dogs not allowed in house, only grounds

Assist dogs allowed all areas.


Partly accessible. Only ground floor of house accessible
Video showing upper floors house, some craft workshops

Traquair House


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