Kailzie Gardens sits at the centre of the Tweed Valley just a mile east of Peebles, occupying a beautiful position on the River Tweed. At its heart lies the stunning walled garden with plantings of many unusual shrubs, laburnum arches, an enchanting rose garden and spectacular herbaceous borders.
It also boasts one of the best examples of a Mackenzie & Moncur glasshouses still in existence filled with fuchsias, pelargoniums and exotics; the garden also features our prize winning show vegetables. The walled garden is surrounded by one of the finest plantings of specimen trees in Scotland (including the oldest larch) providing 15 acres of captivating woodland and burnside walks and spectacular vistas.
In their seasons, including the display of Snowdrops, Daffodils and sheets of Bluebells, the Gardens provide a rich variety of colour and charm for both the keen gardener and for the visitor simply wanting to enjoy a beautiful garden in peaceful surroundings.
5th June – 31st October, Adult £6.50 reduced to £5.00 as we undergo restoration works; Concession reduced to £4.50, Child under 16 free
From November to the end of March enjoy walks in the grounds with stunning displays of snowdrops during February and March .
For bait- and fly-fishing pond information including corporate and club visits, call 01721 729020 or visit http://www.kailziefishery.co.uk/
We also have a private 2 mile stretch on the River Tweed for fly fishing (for enquiries or booking call 01721 720009).
The Kailzie Courtyard Cafe can be reached 01721 724 111.
In the summer months, choose Kailzie Garden Courtyard Cafe and our beautiful gardens as a venue for your wedding.
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Accessibility: We have recently upgraded our access pathway and there are 4 new Blue Badge spaces at the bottom of the pathway – a seat is positioned half way up the pathway. We also have a wheelchair available. A fully accessible toilet is available at the Fishery and a partially accessible toilet available in the Cafe. The main paths and walled gardens are accessible and usually present no problems for users – but the walks off the paths on grass are very undulating and there are tree root systems and are not suitable. We can by arrangement meet guests to organise a member of staff to assist. Please call the office on 01721 720 682.