Parkland Gardens in Highlands & Islands of Scotland
Set out below are Parkland gardens in Highlands & Islands of Scotland, including The Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust. Visit Britain's Finest Parkland gardens with paths that meander past lakes, ponds and waterfalls and spectacular displays of bold colour.
The Castle & Gardens of Mey was owned by the Queen Mother who bought the Castle of Mey in 1952 and every year from 1955 to 2001 spent August and part of October at the Castle until her death in 2002. The walled garden had been much neglected and over... more
Cawdor Castle, Nairn
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... more
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