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Drummore DG9 9QE
Bill and Helen Miller
T:07823 772 257
Seabank overlooks Luce Bay and is situated at the entrance to Drummore. The garden is approximately half an acre comprising of a series of ‘rooms’ created by a variety of hedging including camellia, fuchsia, escallonia, veronica and cupressus. The rooms include herbaceous and annual plantings, a Sunshine Garden, Japanese-style area, greenhouses, wildflowers, and a small woodland garden. There are also some unusual trees including Metrosideros umbellata and grevillea. 

Directions: From Stranraer take the A716 towards Mull of Galloway; after about 15 miles, as you enter the village of Drummore, Seabank is the first house on the right. 

Sunday 21 July, 11am - 4pm (2019)
Admission £4.00, children free.
· Guide Dogs 60%.

Other details: Self-service tea/coffee and biscuits. Unsuitable for wheelchair users.

The listing location on a map.