River Tweed and Floors Castle

The BBC were back on the Tweed this week with Rosemary Shrager and Tim Wonnacott visiting Floors Castle on the River Tweed in Scotland, where Queen Victoria stayed for three days in 1867. Tim Wonnacott enjoys a casting lesson from Spey Casting World Champion and rod specialist Ian Gordon using a green heart rod which is a art form in itself to cast.

Appropriately for a castle resting on the river Tweed, Rosemary and food historian and chef Ivan Day prepare a special royal dish, salmon à la chambord. Created by chef Antonin Carême, often considered to be the first celebrity chef, it is an elaborate dish of poached salmon garnished with sole, truffles and crayfish. To watch the programme please click

Upper and Lower Floors are two of the prime beats on the River Tweed, offering some of the best fishing in Scotland. More

Situated between the parkland of Floors Castle and the ruins of Roxburgh Castle, Lower Floors offers 1.5 miles of prime double banked salmon fishing. Lower Floors is ideally placed between Upper Floors and the Junction. More Information

Upper Floors offers 1.5 miles of prime double banked fishing 3 miles up stream of Kelso. It is one of the most attractive beats on Tweed running through woodland and grassland in the grounds of Floors Castle. More Information

Make your fishing trip a family event with a visit to Floors Castle. The largest inhabited castle in Scotland. A unique Scottish visitor attraction with stunning interiors and magnificent gardens. The family home of the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe.

Stay at the beautiful The Roxburghe HotelChampionship Golf Course – the perfect Scottish country house retreat. Ideal for golfing and fishing breaks.

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