Three Beautiful Gardens Hidden Away From The World
Walled gardens present a moment of intrigue and mystery…that fleeting question about what awaits you when you go through the door. The walled garden at the hidden Treasure House is no different. A well-established mature garden, believed to date back to when the house was built in 1680, provides a sanctuary for you to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Scottish countryside. Where the only noise to be heard from behind the old stone walls are the birds singing, bees buzzing and perhaps the odd lamb bleating for it’s mother.
Set over two levels, explore this beautiful space with its quirky sculptures and wide variety of flora and fauna. Relax in the Green Room (our newly refurbished and repurposed greenhouse!) with a coffee and a cake, or stargaze under the pergola by night with a glass of wine and good company.
Step through the Moroccan door and enter the flower garden, relax with brunch surrounded by an array of beautiful flowers, bees busily buzzing and stunning views across the countryside. Walk on a little further through the flower garden to the orchard where we have our beautiful original, antique showman’s wagon sitting on our top terrace, here you can enjoy your afternoon tea or five course dinner, watch the sunset with panoramic views across the countryside.
In the front garden to the main house, you can sit under the ancient Copper Beech and swing to your heart’s content, or explore the many plants and hidden features. In spring, enjoy the expanse of rhododendrons that colour the driveway and listen to the myriad twitter of birds that settle in the trees.
Whatever your interests, we offer the perfect retreat for writers, photographers and artists – or just somewhere to get away from it all, kick back and relax.