Scotland’s Gardens - Duntreath Castle Gardens
Scotland’s Gardens - Visit Duntreath Castle Gardens with lake, woodland walk & 15th century keep and chapel.
About Scotland’s Gardens - Duntreath Castle Gardens
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Extensive gardens with mature and new plantings. Ornamental landscaped lake and bog garden. Sweeping lawns below formal fountain and rose parterre with herbaceous border leading up to an attractive waterfall garden with shrubs and spring plantings. Stunning display of snowdrops along the side of former drive. There is a woodland walk and a 15th century keep and chapel.
A81 north of Glasgow between Blanefield and Killearn.
By arrangement 1 February - 30 November
All proceeds to SG Beneficiaries
FEATURES & CATERING
Disabled Access, Dogs Allowed, Scottish Snowdrop Festival.
Sir Archibald & Lady Edmonstone, Blanefield,
Call 01360 770215
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