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Woodland Walks & Wild Garden: All Year: during daylight hours
1st - 27th Feb & 1st - 14th March for the Snowdrop Festival : 11:00am to 5:30pm
End Mar - end Oct : 10am to 5.30pm
Restaurant: all year; daily; 10am - 5pm. Dinner on Fri & Sat evenings from 6pm
July - Oct
Well-stocked and interesting greenhouses. Fuchsias and geraniums a speciality.
1st Jan - 14th Mar & 1st Nov - 31st Dec: Adult £2.50, Children (5-12) £1.00
15th Mar - 31st May: Adult £3.50, Conc. £3.00, Children (5-12) £1.00
1st Jun - 31st Oct: Adult £4.00, Conc. £3.50 (Children (5-12) £1.00
Children under 5 Free
Group Rates (Over 15 people): 15th Mar - 31st May £2.80; 1st Jun - 31st Oct £3.20
Stocked trout pond, bait pond, 18 hole putting green and garden holiday cottage.
Special snow drop walks.
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Kailzie Garden Oven Door Indian Prince Kings Orchard
Peebles 2 Miles
Kailzie is a semi-formal walled garden with rose garden, herbaceous borders, old fashioned roses and extensive greenhouses. Woodland and burnside walks take the visitor among massed bulbs and then rhododendrons and azaleas. The garden has fine old trees including the oldest larch in Scotland, planted in 1725. The gardens lie in the beautiful Tweed Valley, with wonderful views across to the Leilheh Hills. Truly a garden for all seasons.
Kailzie was first mentioned in 1926 and was then called West Kelloch which means wooded glen. The old stable block - now the tearoom and shop, also 3 houses and the art gallery - were built in 1794, but parts of the earlier building still remain. The walled garden was created by the present owner, Lady Angela Buchan-Hepburn.