Grounds & gardens
Paxton House lies at the heart of 80 acres of woodland, parkland and gardens and offers a fantastic selection of walks, wildlife and scenery.
Overlooking the majestic River Tweed, the house was originally landscaped in the 18th century by Robert Robinson and now incorporates a large variety of riverside walks, trails and outdoor attractions for visitors to enjoy.
Daffodils are synonymous with Paxton House, framing the House from the approach towards the House, March sees these beautiful Flowers encapsulating the whole exterior of the House, running through to April and early May, weather dependant of course.
During the summer months the Herbaceous Border is at its finest with beautiful colourful blooms and distinctive aromas, this area of the Gardens has gone through some extensive planting with work still to be completed.
This is the month that the Woodland Walks come to life, with burning views of the surrounding areas, Beech Hedging have that distinctive crisp look that comes with Autumn Frosts and bitter cold Rain, stunning to look at.
Is when the Paxton Holly Trees and Cotoneaster Bushes come to life. Its a Natures Market at this time of year with stunning Red Berries with a light frost sprinkled over the leaves, open their arms to the vast array of Garden Birds that seek their next meal from the tender young Berries.