Scotland's Gardens

Claymoddie

 

Claymoddie Garden

Description

This romantic five acre garden, designed and developed by the owner, an avid landscaper and plantsman, reflects half a century of dedicated work. It provides a range of timeless, intimate settings, both shady and sunny, for a vast range of plants from both hemispheres, all helped by the proximity of the Gulf Stream. Running through the lower part of the garden is the burn feeding a large pond which, along with the variety of plants and their backdrop of mature woodland, provides the perfect habitat for wildlife, in particular birds. There are changes in levels, but most of the garden is accessible to wheelchairs.

Directions

From Whithorn: A746 south for two miles to Glasserton crossroads, then right onto the B7004. After 300 yards turn right up farm road signed “Claymoddie”.

Garden Openings

Sunday 30 April 11:00am - 5:00pm

Admissions

£5.00

Beneficiaries

Whithorn Trust receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access
  • Teas available.
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Plant stall

Other Details

Also open March to September, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 2-5pm or by appointment. There is normally no tearoom but Whithorn has several cafes.

Contact

Mrs Mary Nicholson
Whithorn, Newton Stewart
DG8 8LX

Call 01988 500422

Email

Website

Location

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