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We are pleased to announce that some of our gardens will re-open from 15 July. We are currently updating our opening information. Please check back from 10 July, and also be sure to check our website before setting out to any of our openings to be sure to have the latest information and relevant government advice. If you are not wishing to attend openings just now, you can still visit many of our gardens through our Virtual Garden Visits.

Belhaven House

Edinburgh Road, Belhaven, Dunbar EH42 1NS
Mr and Mrs Bruneau
Belhaven House has four acres of formal Georgian gardens. It comprises of raised herbaceous borders with topiary features for structure, beautiful abundant rose archways and a walled vegetable and fruit garden with box edged borders. There is also a woodland area with specimen trees dating from the early 20th century and in springtime this area is carpeted with daffodils and bluebells. The garden has been associated with a succession of people interested in plants since the 19th century, most notably by Sir George Taylor, a former director of Kew gardens.

Directions: By car — approaching Dunbar from the A1 at Thistleycross roundabout take the A199 then the A1087. After one-and-a-half miles Belhaven House is opposite Brewery Lane on the junction with Duke Street. Parking is on the street. Public transport — bus X7 to Dunbar from Edinburgh.

Sunday 31 May, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· East Lothian Special Needs Playschemes 60%.

Other details: Wheelchair access is possible to most parts of the garden apart from the vegetable garden, where the pathways would be too narrow for a wheelchair. Unfortunately, we don’t have a wheelchair accessible toilet.

The listing location on a map.