From the website: "Visitors can explore the Walled Garden using the wide gravel paths and walking on broad lawns to enjoy a garden full of plants both familiar and unusual. At the north end of the walled garden is the range of 19th century glasshouses. These are used for growing peaches, nectarines, grapes and exotic looking flowering plants.
There is a friendly Tearoom at the entrance to the gardens, serving lunches and teas, with a small shop and a selection of plants for sale.
The Woodland Garden has paths that meander through established woods with azaleas and rhododendrons. There are beautiful views across two fishing lochs."
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*Times and Distances taken from AA Website, based on facilities postcode.