Dryburgh Abbey Gatehouse
NT 591-316 Roxburghshire Scotland
Dryburgh Abbey Gatehouse is a small 16th century stone two storey gatehouse, of the mid 12th century Premonstratensian abbey, founded by Hugh de Moreville. Located beyond the main water-channel, only the rear wall and segmental archway stand to there full height. Nearby is the Commendator's House and 4 miles north-east is Smailholm Tower.
Dryburgh Abbey Gatehouse is located south of Dryburgh, off the B6356. 12 miles west of Kelso, on the A669-B6404.
The site is owned by Historic Scotland and is open daily, April to September 9:30-5:30pm, October to March 9:30-4:30pm.
There is a car park.