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Threave Garden and Estate is a series of gardens owned and managed by the National Trust for Scotland, located near Castle Douglas in the historical county of Kirkcudbrightshire in Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland.
Beautiful place for a day out with children or without. Beautifully kept, friendly staff and on the day I visited - perfect weather!
Nice garden but unfortunately the unusual weather we've been having meant some plants had already flowered and others were holding back till they got some rain. Still nice to walk round, toilets, 2 options to grab a refreshment, gift shop and plants for sale
It's a few years since our last visit, and over 30 since our first! Only changes are for the better. Gardens where appropriate are immaculate, with wilder, naturalised areas too. We bought some organic home grown strawberries from the walled garden and ate them strolling around, fab flavour. Wonderful views, amazing perennial herbaceous borders, ponds, bridges it's got the lot! With a great restaurant too.
Had a meeting in the cafe area nice but seats are really uncomfortable. Food good and gardens just fabulous
Beautiful garden, lovely cafes and friendly staff. This is a must see attraction.
Excellent variety of shrubs and herbaceous plants planted over a large area of hillside surrounding the wave house. Well worth a visit.
Excellent daffs not quite out yet. Scone and coffee well worth it
A bit early in the year to be seen at its best (April) but looks as if it will be spectacular later in the year. The hide offers close ups of red squirrel, woodpeckers, nuthatch and more.
Always worth visiting! Joined the Scottish National Trust here years ago. It doesn't matter what time of year you visit, lots of trees, shrubs and plants to see
A superb day out for any potential gardners or those that just love the beauty of nature. Had dinner in the cafe absolutely brilliant huge portions, great selection and very well priced. A wonderful garden and a beautiful house
Stunning gardens so much to see. Well tended a lovely walk. Some parts hilly but worth the effort. Also has a nice tearoom with plenty of choice and reasonably priced