Donald and Sue Barrie have been restoring the garden at Glensaugh Lodge for 16 years, bringing more of it back to life each year. A mixture of trees and shrubs provide year round interest while herbaceous planting provides colour into the autumn. Yew hedges and well placed natural stone provide structure in the lower garden where a productive kitchen garden and polytunnel exist alongside informal borders and a sunken pond.
Three miles north of Fettercairn. Turn right off the B974 at Clatterin Brig and follow minor road signed Drumtochty for half a mile, then turn right into Glensaugh Farm. Follow beech avenue from the steading to Glensaugh Lodge.
No teas, but you are welcome to bring a picnic.