Anwoth House (NEW)
Anwoth, Gatehouse of Fleet DG7 2EF (Major William Peto): Two acres of formal and woodland gardens surrounding a charming 18th c. house. Recent developments have lead to the garden having distinct areas including large borders in the walled garden, a croquet lawn border, a cottage garden and a lochan with woodland stream and interesting wild flowers.
Anwoth Old Schoolhouse
Anwoth, Gatehouse of Fleet DG7 2EF (Mr and Mrs Pepper): Two acres of delightful cottage-style gardens behind the old schoolhouse and cottage in a picturesque setting opposite Anwoth Old Church (in ruins) and graveyard. Winding paths alongside a burn, informally planted with unusual woodland perennials and shrubs. Wildlife pond, fish pond, rock garden, vegetable garden, wildflower area and viewpoint.
Anwoth, Gatehouse of Fleet DG7 2EF (Ute Weber): The garden is very much a work in progress. The site is on a south facing slope with dry stone walls inhabited by a variety of wildlife. The borders are planted with a colourful mix of perennials, wild flowers and grasses.
Bush O'Bield (NEW)
Anwoth, Gatehouse of Fleet DG7 2EF (Paul and Caroline Chilcott): Newly created small garden with an aim to create privacy and shelter. The project commenced in 2016 and includes a range of shrubs, roses and perennial scented plants, a particular favourite.
Driving west on the A75, take the Anwoth turnoff about ½ a mile after Gatehouse of Fleet. Anwoth Church and Anwoth House are about ½ a mile along the road on the right and the other properties are nearby.
Parking will be in the field adjacent to Anwoth House and Teas in Anwoth Church