Harmony Garden

Elegant Regency town house available as a holiday let, set within three acre walled garden which is open to the public.

Harmony Garden plays host to the Borders Book Festival from 19-22 June. Visit www.bordersbookfestival.org for further information on events at the festival.
A substantial amount of floral material is grown to supplement the stock used for drying at Priorwood garden

In the spring the bulb lawn is the most noteworthy horticultural feature, containing swathes of dog's-tooth violets, fritillaries and a collection of daffodils which includes some old and rare types.

The house is not open to the public, but sleeps twelve and can be booked by groups for holidays.

The garden is quite typical of one which would have serviced such a house in the past, comprising an area of lawns, trees and flowers, and a separate organic kitchen garden.

Produce from the garden when in season is on sale at the NTS shop at Priorwood shop, only a short walk away.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home

Admission charges

Joint tickets for both Harmony and Priorwood gardens can be purchased from the shop at Priorwood:Adult £6, Family £15, Single Parent £10, Concession £5

Additional info

Level gravel paths. Two sets of steps which can be avoided by crossing lawns.

Harmony Garden
St Mary's Road
Scottish Borders




0844 493 2251

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