Ecclesgreig Castle, Victorian Gothic on a 16th-century core, is internationally famous as an inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The snowdrop walk (150+ varieties of snowdrop) starts at the castle, meanders around the estate, along woodland paths and the pond, ending at the garden. In the Italian balustraded gardens there is a 140-foot-long herbaceous border, classical statues and stunning shaped topiary with views across St Cyrus to the sea. Started from a derelict site, development continues. Also to be found in the grounds is the well of St Cyrus.
Directions: Ecclesgreig will be signposted from the A92 Coast Road and from the A937 Montrose/ Laurencekirk Road.
Sunday 3 March, 1pm - 4pm (2019)
Admission £4.00, children free.
· Girl Guiding Montrose: Camp Fund 60%.