Romantically situated, these famous 75 acres of landscaped gardens are located on an isthmus surrounded by two large natural lochs. Beautiful swathes of snowdrops and spring bulbs, originally planted in the Victorian times, can be enjoyed on stunning loch-side walks and drives, opened once a year especially for the Snowdrop Festival. At one end of the Gardens the ruined Castle Kennedy overlooks a beautiful walled garden containing rare snowdrops, with Lochinch Castle at the other end. Take a wander around the Gardens and experience the first signs of spring and all they have to offer at this special time of year, including the banks and drifts of narcissi, daffodils and bluebells. Why not visit the charming tearoom for a heart-warming bowl of delicious home-made soup and delicious, Snowdrop-themed home baking.