’I was spellbound by the wit and elegance at Broadwoodside,’ wrote David Wheeler, the editor of Hortus, ‘a garden created in less than two decades by Anna and Robert Dalrymple from derelict yards surrounding an ancient agricultural steading in East Lothian’. ‘A garden of singular style and wit … achieved with considerable aplomb and originality,’ agreed Tim Richardson in the Daily Telegraph. This year's delayed opening is a chance to see the garden on the cusp of autumn. There will be no visitor facilities at Broadwoodside, but you will find cafes, pubs and toilets in Gifford, half a mile away.Entry will be by exact change only into a donation bucket.
Directions: On the B6355 going out of Gifford towards Pencaitland, at the Golf Course junction.
Saturday 29 August, 11am - 5pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Leuchie 60%.