It is a 2B listed site and was built in the mid 1800s as the kitchen garden for Glenfinart Estate. The walled garden was purchased by Ardentinny Community Trust, for the village, in 2012.
The walled garden has one curved wall and 1 curved corner.
Since 2012 the garden has been divided into 5 areas:
•An orchard with native apple, pear and plum trees.
•A grassed public area for events
•A soft fruit and vegetable growing area with polytunnel.
•A children’s garden with bird hide, willow tunnel and dome, strawberry beds and bug hotel.
•A sensory, reflective garden designed in partnership with BBCs Beechgrove Garden.
Bring a picnic and enjoy this beautiful space.
Fruit and vegetables for sale in season.
Open 1 - 4.30p.m. during the season. On request for groups anytime and if the gate is open. Also volunteer days - usually Wednesdays and Thursdays 11 - 2.30 and 2nd Sunday and last Saturday of the month during November then February onwards.
Transport and Parking
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Wheelchair access throughout
Suitable for visitors with limited mobility
Outdoor Play Area
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