Entry beside Lowood Bridge, past a tiny lodge then a half mile drive through a small wood and park. Lowood House sits on the south bank of the Tweed and has been added to over the years in a somewhat haphazard fashion. South of the house is a large garden with some nice shrubs, trees and a lot of roses, including climbing and rambling roses. Features are a sunken garden, woodland walk, a walk through the park by the lochan, a river walk, a secret garden and a walled garden mainly used as a kitchen garden.
Entrance from the B6374 at the south end of the single lane Lowood Bridge leading from Melrose to Gattonside.
Sunday 2 July 2:00pm - 6:00pm
£4.00, accompanied children free
Scottish Motor Neurone receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries
Mr and Mrs Alexander Hamilton