Traditional 19th-century garden of five acres approached through an avenue of magnificent oaks. Mature trees, six classified by the National Tree Register as 'remarkable', including a handsome monkey puzzle, sequoias, Douglas fir and a variety of hollies. Grassy paths wind around ponds, rockeries, shrubbery and smaller trees, providing some splendid perspectives. Rhododendron and azalea beds. Pinetum on a knoll behind the house contains 25 species; beehives and productive kitchen garden. Shifting of garden emphasis to habitat. First fruits of rewilding visible. Orchard in process of extension. Possible sighting of red squirrels. Plentiful and varied birdlife.
On A94 just under a mile north of Perth take right turn, signed Murrayshall Hotel. After approximately one mile take entrance right marked Bonhard House, at a sharp left turn. From Balbeggie turn left, signposted for Bonhard, one mile north of Scone. Turn right in a half a mile, pass any sign for Bonhard Nursery, and enter drive at sharp right turn.
Groups welcome to enquire.