“Paxton House, an elegant Georgian House built between 1758 and 1763 by John and James Adam. The Nationally Significant Collection of furniture by Thomas Chippendale the Elder and Younger and by William Trotter (and its associated archives) was recently awarded Recognised status by Museums Galleries Scotland, on behalf of the Scottish Government. This collection is on show throughout the house alongside works of art on loan from the National Galleries of Scotland in the Picture Gallery.

Enjoy our 80 acres of woodlands, riverside walks and a wide range of wildlife and plants. Let the children explore in our playground complete with a zip wire, or have an adventure in our den building area. Don’t forget your four legged friend, they are more than welcome throughout the grounds and in the dog friendly section of our tearoom.
The tea room serves delicious home-made lunches and sweet treats throughout the day. You can also find the perfect gift in our shop with a selection of local and Scottish products. Take a trip down the River tweed on one of our boat trips or watch the salmon netting on the river side. A new attraction for 2018 is the waterwheel, one of the oldest domestic water supply systems in Scotland which has recently been restored.
There is a variety of different accommodation on offer with our Glamping site, Caravan Park or the holiday apartments in the house. Paxton House can also host a number of different events from corporate meetings, weddings, private functions or theatrical performances.

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