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Corseliehill Road, nr Houston PA6 7HU
Tim and Jo Mack
Tranquil seven-acre garden developed since 2012, with far-reaching rural views. Only surviving historic 1860 wood planted by Lady Anne Spiers of Houston House for the Wraes, currently undergoing renovation with extensive new tree planting. Formal garden with raised herbaceous borders, woodland walk with 100 different rhododendron species and hybrids. Pond, burnside and cliffside walks, peaceful woodland walk with plentiful seating areas to relax and enjoy the views and tranquility. A great space for children to run and explore (under supervision). NEW IN 2020 - apple and pear orchard, wildflower meadow and grass maze.

Directions: From Houston follow Barochan Road towards Langbank B789 for about a mile, turn left down Corseliehill Road. From Kilmacolm leave the village on Houston Road, past the golf course, turn left down Corseliehill Road for about a mile. Follow the yellow SGS signs. 

By arrangement 1 April - 1 September (2021)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Breast Cancer Care 60%.
Sunday 16 May, 2pm - 5pm (2021)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Breast Cancer Care 60%.
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