Four walled gardens, containing nearly three acres of Herbaceous Borders,Kitchen garden and ancient trees. Twenty acre wild flower meadow with wildlife pond and standing stone and driftwood sculptures and many mown tracks. Dogs welcome
Situated in the Vale of Strathmore, in the grounds of historic Langley Park House, with far reaching views over the Montrose Basin, are the Langley Park Gardens, recently described as the Hidden Angus Gem.
The old and the new sit well together with the mix of recent herbaceous planting in the four listed walled gardens, and the ancient heritage trees, twenty acre wild flower meadow, wild life ponds and standing stone.
Gardens open from the first Friday in May until the last Sunday of September, on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays , 10am-4pm. Entry adults £5.00 children under 16 free. Dogs welcome if under close supervision. Teas/Coffee and homemade cakes available.
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