Description: A wild woodland and wetland garden supporting birds, bees, butterflies, red squirrels, swans and other less visible wildlife. Enticing paths lead through seasonal highlights: snowdrops, daffodils, bluebells, foxgloves and ferns. Fine old beeches and oaks mark the boundary of the former Victorian estate. Since mid 1990s we have rebuilt the derelict cottage and planted a mixed species hedgerow and native trees, adding spring and autumn colour. Now exploring creative potential of ‘dead hedging’. Sandstone features gather moss, and waterside benches welcome you to rest by the pond.
Directions: From Milnathort village. At the mini roundabout in the centre of the village take the north exit signed for Path of Condie up Wester Loan, then North Street. At the top of the hill, past the church on your left, you will cross the motorway again. Carry straight on for half-a-mile, the gate to Pond Cottage is on the right after a field opening.
Other details: Open for seasonal highlights.