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Manderston House

Manderston is the supreme country house of Edwardian Scotland; the swan-song of its era.

Built with no budget specified, everything about the house and decorations is sumptuous and rich. The gardens about the house are also extremely beautiful. Definately worth a detour off the journey if you are in the borders. The house also contains the world's largest collection of Huntley & Palmers biscuit tins, dating back to 1868 for those with an interest in biscuit tins.

Opening Times

House & Gardens Dates
Thursdays & Sundays 10th May - 30th September 2012
Bank Holidays
late May and August
1.30pm - 5pm
Last entry 4.15pm
11.30am - dusk
Stables Tea Room
from 11.30am

Visitor Attractions

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