A traditional 19th century garden with magnificent oaks, mature trees, ponds, rockeries, flowering shrubs, smaller trees, rhododendron and azalea beds, and kitchen garden.
A traditional 19th century garden of five acres approached through an avenue of magnificent oaks. Mature trees, six classified by the National Tree Register as 'remarkable', including a handsome monkey puzzle tree, sequoias, Douglas Fir and a wide variety of hollies. Grassy paths wind around ponds, rockeries, flowering shrubs and smaller trees, providing some splendid perspectives. Rhododendron and azalea beds, and a productive kitchen garden. There is a Pinetum on a knoll behind the house containing 25 species. Possible sighting of pine marten, red squirrels, and green and greater-spotted woodpeckers.
Over half of the gardens are taking part to support open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.