Five acres of mature gardens, featuring rhododendrons, azaleas, trees, flowering shrubs, woodland walks, a walled garden and an 18th century doocot.
Gargunnock House is located seven miles west of Stirling. Its front façade dates back to 1794 and initially appears to be Georgian. However, the core of the house is actually much older, dating back to the 17th century.
Inside, are many grand rooms, such as the dining room, which sits upwards of 20 people. Gargunnock’s drawing room contains an ornamental piano thought to have once been played by the polish composer Frédéric Chopin.
In February and March snowdrops spring up in the gardens, April through May sees daffodils colour the area, while in June displays of azaleas and rhododendron can be seen.
Guided tours of the gardens can be arranged for parties and azaleas and rhododendrons are also sold around late September.
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