Scotland's Gardens

Drumrossie Mansion House


Drumrossie Mansion House - NEW FOR 2017


The property, which can be traced back to the Crusades, is surrounded by three acres of landscaped lawns, formal walled garden, veg and greenhouse area and a newly planted orchard. There are 27 acres of wooded walks, paddocks and a large wildlife pond. Vegetables are grown in raised beds. The walled garden is laid out in lawns of a very high standard, with herbaceous borders and fruit trees on the south facing wall. There is a large collection of hostas and alstroemerias, as well as herbaceous plants, heathers and azaleas, a productive vegetable garden, plant raising area and polytunnel for early veg and flowers, a large glasshouse for tomatoes and a sunken greenhouse which provides over wintering heat for tender plants. The main feature is the well which in days gone by provided the water supply to the house.


Enter drive from Drumrossie Street which leads off the crossroads in centre of village.The drive is through trees at back of the Costcutter Supermarket. Do not follow sat nav.

Garden Openings

Sunday 23 July 1:00pm - 5:00pm


£4.00, accompanied children free


Insch parish church restoration fund receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

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


Mr and Mrs Hugh Robertson
AB52 6LJ


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