Two renowned semi-formal walled gardens adjoin an 18th-century house and steading and shelter long borders of herbaceous perennials, superb old fashioned delphiniums and roses, together with pavings rich with violas and dianthus.
An extensive and diverse collection of plants, interesting kitchen garden, spacious lawns, river, woodland and lochside walks beneath fine trees. A wide variety of shrubs and good autumn colour and a picturesque turreted doo’cot and ‘Gothick’ wash house.
Myriad spring bulbs includes carpets of crocus following massed snowdrops and daffodils.
April to September – 10am to 5pm daily.
£5 per person, children go free.
All dogs welcome on leads.
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