Cycled to gardens from Aberfeldy. A fair old pull up the final road. Honesty box for payment. Natural type garden with some lovely views. In July, the giant lillies were the main feature. I did not have time to look round whole garden and wish I had taken a picnic lunch. Will return again later in year so bought an... 更多
A beautiful woodland garden on a hillside. It will be lovely in spring with lots of rhododendrons and azaleas and in the autumn due to the maples. Not much in flower in July so a little disappointing.
A beautiful garden that I came to several times as a child, but haven't been here for at least 20 years. It's even more beautiful than I remember, and so different from the 'average' garden that is open to the public. Highly recommend, especially in spring when the primulas are in flower.
There are lots to see in the woodland gardens, giant trees, colourful flowers and we were lucky to see 3 red squirrels too. We chatted to the gardener who was very welcoming and knowledgable and boughts some plants to bring home. At £5 each for entry this was good value and a great place to visit
Lovely walk through natural gardens.Lovely primulas.Magnificent views.Member of party took a wonderful picture of a red squirrel.
We had a lovely afternoon wandering around this amazing gardens. Fantastic unusual trees and beautiful flowers. Red squirrel climbing the tree at the car park was a highlight. The owners are to be congratulated we had a great chat with Wendy and John.
Went here with two young kids and our dog. This is a beautiful place and was one of the highlights of our holiday in Scotland. So many different types of beautiful flowers and a lovely walk through the plants and trees. Would definitely come here again.
Just visited Cluny House Gardens with family which we agreed are the best natural gardens we have seen. Many types of wild flowers,trees and shrubs including plants from the Himalayas and North America. It is also the home and a great place to see Red Squirrels especially early morning when they are fed by the house and gardens owner. We... 更多
Visited with my family (young children and their grandparents) in February. The gardens are stunning and although it wasn't peak squirrel season we really enjoyed a walk, chat with the owners and learning about the plants (including the record breaking trees). We bought some snowdrops and left money for this and a donation for squirrel food in the honesty boxes.... 更多
Toddled up from the Choclatier in Grandtully to walk off some of the decadent chocolates we had been eating in the cafe . Plenty of parking at 10.00 entry is £5.00 virtually the 1st thing you see is red squirrels in the trees .We were told they have 12 on site and they are not shy.This is a well designed... 更多