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Very interesting house and history plus bonus of being able to get lost in the wonderful maze lol... read more

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TravelingSeagull
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Newbury, United Kingdom
Very well worth a visit.Lots to see and do and great café!

Lots to do and see including the house,chapel,brewery,craft shops and of course the beautiful... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
KathleenClarke
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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All reviewsgift shopwell worth a visittea roomcraft shopssteeped in historybonnie prince charliemary queen of scotswalled gardencatholic familyhedge mazeon sitewoodland walka real gemnooks and cranniescottage restauranthunting lodgegreat place to visit
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Reviewed today

Very interesting house and history plus bonus of being able to get lost in the wonderful maze lol. Good woodland walks so take suitable footwear. Also some great little independent craft shops. Leather guys wear especially amazing and have some good stuff. Nice little coffee...More

Thank TravelingSeagull
Reviewed 5 days ago

Lots to do and see including the house,chapel,brewery,craft shops and of course the beautiful gardens. We took a wrong turn or two in the maze but found the correct turns in the end! Lovely woodland walks along the Tweed. Café/ restaurant has great coffee- think...More

Thank KathleenClarke
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is not a stately home but the working centre of an estate. Because of that it is very unusual and has an absolutely fascinating history. It is a three storey building with many rooms but those rooms cover a range of uses from cellars...More

Thank David W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Had a lovely little walk around grounds first, not too far. The house was very interesting we watched the video in the cellar room first and i was glad because we understood what we were looking at around the house. Lovely little stairs and secret...More

Thank Lyn5min
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We holiday each year at New Galloway, which is 2 hrs drive from Traquair House, but each time we drive across to visit this stunning house and especially for our young daughter to do the maze, she's four and this year got to the middle...More

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traquair10, Owner at Traquair House & Brewery, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Many thanks for taking the time to submit your review and delighted to hear you enjoy coming back to Traquair which we believe is a very special place indeed! Just on your comments about the Cafe, I am surprised you did not find enough for...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely afternoon , The house and gardens would be good enough but we also were here on the day of a historical reenactment event. And the rain even stayed away.

Thank David W
Reviewed 10 August 2018

The house was an absolute treat, atmospheric and crammed full of interesting bits and pieces. It has the feel of a much loved home that wears its history well. The maze, the gardens and walks, craft workshops and a really good cafe ensure a perfect...More

Thank Hilary C
Reviewed 31 July 2018

My friend and I spent some time visiting this attraction before moving on to Peebles . A pleasant border town with all the amenities you would require incuding excellent car parking facilities. After that we moved on to Biggar another pleasant border town. We decided...More

2  Thank mortonian1
Reviewed 29 July 2018

We visited Traquair house in Innerleithen this week. The grounds are stunning and well worth a visit. My wife really enjoyed the jewellery shop. The brewery shop is well worth a visit. I bought a pack of their beers and am looking forward to drinking...More

1  Thank Robert E
Reviewed 22 July 2018

Rather an interesting trip to Traquair, house ancient and interesting, the maze in the rain was drenching but great fun, we bought emergency capes from the gift shop. The downside was the weird menu in the restaurant, should have been good but too much about...More

1  Thank KelsoGemini49
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shirleybutler149
4 September 2018|
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Response from FriskyFinn68 | Reviewed this property |
House and grounds closed dec- mar
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nowMRS
12 September 2017|
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Response from traquair10 | Property representative |
Yes, we are less than 10 mins by car from Glentress. Dogs are welcome on a lead and we are open 7 days a week from 11am - 5pm. Hope this reaches you in time as I only just saw your message.
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