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Very dog friendly

Visited this lovely garden this week. Lovely staff and very dog friendly. Tea and cake... read more

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Jean O
Cheshire, United Kingdom
Lovely little find

We visited glenwhan gardens at the end of April this year during our week long holiday in the area... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Durham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed yesterday

Visited this lovely garden this week. Lovely staff and very dog friendly. Tea and cake delicious. Beware of moorland walk - we got lost! Highly recommended

Thank Jean O
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited glenwhan gardens at the end of April this year during our week long holiday in the area. We picked it as we were allowed to take our dogs on leads . We paid £10:50 for two people ( one a concession). The gardens...More

1  Thank notquiteretired22
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We chose to visit here as it was one of the places recommended by our hotel and we were not disappointed, your could spend hours walking around admiring the plants, flowers and wildlife, and beautiful views across the sea, just a shame that the lovely...More

Thank Arch124
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited these gardens recently whilst in the area. They are well signposted up a mile long road off the main Stranraer to Dumfries road. The gardens feature a number of lochs and an interesting variety of plants. There is also a cafe serving sandwiches...More

Thank Richard W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very attractive gardens with lots of interest and lovely views towards the bay and the surrounding hills. Interesting use of sculpture in the garden design.

Thank Madalyn H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was on the 21st June. It was a sunny day but very windy. The gardens have lots of variation and not just loads of flowers. There is also a Moorland walk when you get to the top which shows you how the gardens were...More

Thank glassandrobbucks
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We started our visit with tea and cakes in the cafe then followed the tree trail. We had views over Luce Bay. I think we wandered off the trail in places, but it didnt matter, we rejoined. Also walked the Moreland trail. Im not a...More

Thank pat1309
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Gorgeous place only a mile back from the main road , me the wife and our dog spent half a day walking around then went for a lovely cuppa and a slice of cake in the tea room.

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 6 June 2018

when I visited last it was Autumn and it was beautiful but have to say that this latest visit was quite spectacular. The colours were amazing and the reflections on the pond were beautiful. We had a very enjoyable day out and would certainly recommend...More

1  Thank Nina M
Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

Two ladies running the gardens were very friendly. Beautiful paths winding through the plants and trees. Peacock, Guinea fowl, red squirrel and all the birds add to the beauty of the gardens. Tea room do amazing sandwiches and cake. Cannot recommend highly enough as it...More

Thank thainforever
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Helen L
18 January 2017|
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Response from glenwhan | Property representative |
Sorry about the late answer. We are dog friendly the garden is in its winter coat in November. I would think the autumn is better for more colour, and of course the Spring, but we have an honesty box all the winter. Tessa