Longniddry is an attractive village with extensive green spaces and outstanding sea views. Our gardens are tended by enthusiastic gardeners some of whom are old hands and some recent converts to gardening. The gardens exhibit a wonderful variety of size, layout and planting ensuring something for every visitor to enjoy. One of the smaller gardens is modern and shows what can be achieved with attractive and innovative hard landscaping. This contrasts with a fabulous lush garden including a water feature — small can be beautiful! Larger gardens include new and mature trees and herbaceous planting ranging from self-seeding cottage style to more formal. There are veggie plots and potagers, containers of all sorts, alpine beds and ponds. Outbuildings range from working greenhouses to summer houses and gazebos. A new addition this year is professionally designed and though aimed at attracting wildlife, is anything but wild with a large modern sway of varied grasses. Lots to see so please join us!
On the A198 from North Berwick (east) or Edinburgh (west). Access also from the B1348 (the coast road from Port Seton/Cockenzie) and the B1377 (from Drem). Longniddry is also on the North Berwick train line from Edinburgh Waverley.
Tickets and maps will be available at the gardens at the entrances to Longniddry. These gardens will be well signposted.