This sunny south-facing cottage nestles in the wooded grounds of Pitmedden Garden. The garden lies just fifteen miles from Aberdeen and features miles of geometric boxwood hedging to wander round, all secluded behind walls of granite - the same stone
In spring and summer take advantage of Beechgrove Cottage's enclosed garden and picnic table for alfresco eating; in winter time enjoy the sitting room's open fire.
Sleeping 4 people in total, accommodation comprises:
1 double bedroom
1 twin bedroom
Sitting/dining room with open fire
Bathroom with bath and shower over bath.
Parking available beside the cottage.
Five miles of immaculate boxwood hedging create the intricate patterns that weave through Pitmedden Garden. Their original design was laid out by the 1st Baronet of Pitmedden in 1675, but the with plans lost in a fire in 1818, Edinburgh's Holyroodhouse formed the template for its reconstruction. Over 80 varieties of apple trees give off fragrant blossom in the spring and rich pickings in the autumn, while the steady drip of Pitmedden's fountains is a refreshing sound when wandering through the gardens in the summer months.
Pitmedden village is one mile away from the gardens and has the nearest local supermarket.