The oldest garden north east of Cawdor Castle was enclosed with walls and bastions in 1620, and cultivated in the old fashioned manner where soft fruits, flowers, vegetables and fruit trees were mingled closely together. Today this garden has been remodelled with a holly maze, a paradise garden, knot garden and orchard. The steep `wild´ garden between the castle and the rocky stream of the Cawdor Burn was planted in the 1960s and is a shaggy informal ramble of azaleas, rhododendrons, daffodils, primulas, willows and bamboos, set among tall old trees. The Cawdor Big Wood comprises 755 acres of old woodland, mainly oak, Scots pine, beech and larch.
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|Opening Times:||Castle, Gardens & Grounds: 1 May-2 Oct, Daily, 10:00-17:30. Last admission 17:00.|
|Admission:||Castle, Gardens & Grounds: Adult £9.00, Child (5-15) £5.50, Student £8.00, Senior Citizen/Disabled £8.00, Family ( 2 adults & up to 5 children) £27.00. Groups (20+) £7.50. Season Tickets available.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Location:||Situated between Inverness and Nairn on B9090 off the A96.|
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