Glenwhan Gardens, Stranraer
Glenwhan has been described as one of the best newly created gardens in recent times and is regarded as one of Scotland’s important gardens.
Twenty-five years ago there existed but bracken & gorse and the odd willow at Glenwhan Garden but it is now known as one of the most beautiful gardens in Scotland.
With a south facing aspect, 300 ft above sea level, there are magnificent views toLuce Bay and the Isle of Man. With the help of the Gulf Stream, many plants flourish from around the southern hemisphere. This is a plantswomen’s garden for all seasons; in spring & early summer rhod0endrons and azaleas dazzle the visitor. Many rare gems may be discovered.. A peaceful haven with seats and winding paths through woodland walks surprises maybe found round every corner. Peacocks, red squirrels & ducks live in the garden. A new 17-acre native moorland walk is now open.
2018 - Glenwhan Garden - Normally open all year but see website for further details.
Licensed tearoom seasonal. Small nursery Disabled facilities and Bus parties catered for - should book in advance.
- Street: Glenwhan Gardens, Dunragit
- Postcode: DG9 8PH
- City: Stranraer
- County: Wigtownshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01581 400222
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