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Logie House Gardens

Logie Steading, Forres, Moray, IV36 2QN

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Logie Steading, Forres, Moray, IV36 2QN

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About Logie House Gardens

Logie House Gardens have been developed in stages, becoming an interesting woodland garden with distinct areas of different microclimates allowing for a wide variety of planting. Rare and unusual shrubs, trees and perennials abound and many are for sale in the Farm & Garden Shop at Logie Steading, near the house.

Where is Logie House Gardens located?

Logie House is 7 miles south of Forres, just off the A940, in the dramatic Findhorn valley. Follow the signs to Logie Steading and the garden is a short walk from the car park. Disabled car parking is available nearer to the garden.

What style of garden is Logie House Gardens?

The gardens have evolved in stages since 1991, moving from a formal parterre and vegetable garden to a much more relaxed woodland garden with year-round interest of trees, shrubs and unusual perennials.

What can guests enjoy at Logie House Gardens?

Logie Steading, in the old farm buildings, has an acclaimed café, art gallery, craft shop, whisky and wine shop, farm & garden shop and a Heritage Centre. There is also a playpark and extensive walks along the beautiful River Findhorn. Logie is a place to take one's time!

Information on Logie House Gardens , Logie Steading , Forres

Opening Times: Every day, 10 - 5
Admission: £2, honesty box. children free
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome (Any age welcome - but not rampaging through the plants!)
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (On leads please)
Location: south of Forres on A940. Follow signs to Logie Steading. Short walk from Logie Steading Car Park. Disabled Parking is nearer to the garden gate
Facilities: Coaches welcomed by prior, special, arrangement, Disabled Parking nearer to the garden gate, Guided Tours can be organised by prior arrangement, Parking available at Logie Steading, The Olive Tree Cafe is at Logie Steading, Wine and Whisky, Logie Steading Farm & Garden Shop sells plants from the garden, produce from the estate, garden hardware etc, Secondhand books, Art Gallery, Vintage clothing, Farm & Garden Shop, Crafts, Antiques
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Review of Logie House Gardens

Posted on by Itchy FCustomer visited Aug 2018

Reviewed by itchyfeet2014

16 Aug 2018


A great afternoon out

Went here for an excellent lunch, good service, nice food. Lovely arrangement of interesting shops, gallery and bookstore. But the real bonus was a visit to the fantastic gardens. Do not miss this beautiful gem, all overlooked by the Logie house, a photographers delight.


Review of Logie House Gardens

Posted on by Sandra BCustomer visited Jul 2018

Reviewed by SandraBisset

22 Jul 2018


Day Out
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First visit and would definitely return. Lovely gardens and the house looks stunning. Also a lovely river walk. Shops were very nice and sold unique items. The garden centre was well stocked and plants in good condition. We had lovely soup and thick bread in the cafe. Very tasty. All staff were very friendly and helpful. Some beautiful items for sale in the Art Gallery. Hoping to return in December for the Christmas Fair!!


Review of Logie House Gardens

Posted on by R WCustomer visited Jul 2018

Reviewed by R W

15 Jul 2018


Beautiful garden and lovely cafe
We visited here in order to see the gardens. We had coffee and cake in the cafe first. The chocolate orange cake was delicious. We then set off to explore the gardens. I think they may easily be missed if you didn't know they existed as the signpost for them is quite small. There is plenty to see in the garden and also some lovely views. The garden looks cared for and there has been imagination used in the planting. It was one of the best garden visits during my week in Scotland and we will go back next time we are up in the area. We also popped into the garden centre although I knew I couldn't buy any plants as I was travelling by train. There was a good selection and again they had been looked after.


Review of Logie House Gardens

Posted on by R WCustomer visited Jul 2018

Reviewed by R W

15 Jul 2018


Beautiful garden and lovely cafe
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We visited here in order to see the gardens. We had coffee and cake in the cafe first. The chocolate orange cake was delicious. We then set off to explore the gardens. I think they may easily be missed if you didn't know they existed as the signpost for them is quite small. There is plenty to see in the garden and also some lovely views. The garden looks cared for and there has been imagination used in the planting. It was one of the best garden visits during my week in Scotland and we will go back next time we are up in the area. We also popped into the garden centre although I knew I couldn't buy any plants as I was travelling by train. There was a good selection and again they had been looked after.


Review of Logie House Gardens

Posted on by Andrew NCustomer visited Nov 2015

Variety of top quality shops, tremendously welcoming staff


Review of Logie House Gardens

Posted on by Morag OCustomer visited Nov 2015

Quality of all goods in all stores
Food - quality and variety
staff - very pleasant and helpful
Ideal location for variety of outdoor activities. A GREAT place!

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