Scotland's Gardens

Winton House © Tony Marsh

 

Winton Castle

Description

The gardens continue to develop and improve. In addition to the natural areas around Sir David's Loch and the Dell, extensive mixed borders are taking shape for the terraces and walled garden. In spring a glorious covering of daffodils makes way for cherry and apple blossoms. Enjoy an informative tour of this historic house and walk off delicious lunches and home baking around the estate.
A visit to Winton House is a wonderful family day out. Their open day is essentially a family event with bouncy castle, archery, falconry displays, Luca’s ice cream sold from a vintage Bentley, tours of the house, games on the lawn, treasure hunts, face painting etc.

Directions

Entrance off the B6355 Tranent/Pencaitland Road.

Garden Openings

Sunday 9 April 12:00pm - 4:30pm

Admissions

£5.00 Guided House Tours £5.00/£3.00, children under 10 free

Beneficiaries

Marie Curie receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access
  • Home-made teas available.
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Plant stall

Other Details

Homebaked teas and light lunches will be served at ‘Café Winton’.

Contact

Sir Francis Ogilvy Winton Trust
Pencaitland
EH34 5AT

Call 01875 340222

Website

Location

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