Aberdour Castle and Gardens
Aberdour Castle is one of the oldest in Scotland with the original house being built in the 12th Century.
Aberdour Castle has a garden which is very unusual. This is not a garden for the enthusiastic plant lover but for the Garden historian it will be fascinating.
The gardens were added in the 16th century and comprise of massive terraces ( restored over recent years ) which once were planted with borders and pools. There were plans for a restoration of the original design but these are currently on hold. The terraces overlooked an orchard from the late 1600s which has now been replanted.
There is a pretty walled garden at the other end of the Castle.
2018- Open all year . See website for details. Closed 25/26 December. Phone for New Year opening. Tearoom, partial disabled access.
- Street: Aberdour Castle
- Postcode: KY3 0SL
- City: Aberdour
- County: Fife
- Telephone: 01383 860519
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