A well preserved 18th-century parkland/designed landscape rather than a garden as such, full of mature rhododendrons and azaleas, fine vistas and allees of trees. The walk around the woods and lake is a carpet of wild garlic and bluebells in the spring. The wood to the east of the house is in the pattern of the Union Jack, best appreciated by standing in the centre where all the radiating paths meet. The house is designed by Robert Adam - no access to the house this year.
Designed Landscape: http://portal.historicenvironment.scot/designation/GDL00298
Directions: Four miles south of the Forth Road Bridge, entrance off the B800.
1 May - 4 June (not Mondays & Tuesdays), 2pm - 6pm (2021)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· CHAS 60%.
Other details: No access to the house this year.