Gardens

Explore Dumfries & Galloway’s glorious gardens and find pristine plant displays, exotic varieties and historic horticulture.

  • Loch Ken Holiday Park

  • Cally Gardens

    Cally Gardens is a working nursery covering nearly three acres and the walled garden with old vinery and bothy are all surrounded by the Cally Oak woods. A collection of 3,500 varieties of plants can be seen and a selection are available pot-grown.
    http://www.callygardens.co.uk/
    Castle Douglas, DG7 2DJ
  • Threave Gardens

    Threave is a garden for all seasons. Enjoy a walk around the magnificent gardens then have a look in the Plant Centre.
    http://www.scotlands-garden.org.uk/threave.html
    Castle Douglas, Dumfries & Galloway, DG7 1RX
  • Riverside Trees: Victorian Walled Garden and Nursery

    This nursery and garden set in a Victorian walled garden offers the visitor an exciting and unusual selection of specimen trees, shrubs and species rhododendron all grown on site from locally sourced seed.
    http://www.scotlands-garden.org.uk/riverside.html
    Kelton, Castle Douglas. DG7 1SE
  • Broughton House and Garden

    This fascinating 18th-century house in the pleasant coastal town of Kirkcudbright was the home and studio from 1901 to 1933 of the artist E A Hornel, one of the 'Glasgow Boys'.
    http://www.welcometoscotland.com/things-to-do/attractions/gardens-and-nurseries/dumfries-galloway/broughton-house-and-garden-nts
    Kirkcudbright, DG6 4JX
  • Elizabeth MacGregor's Garden and Nursery

    Small nursery and garden
    http://www.elizabethmacgregornursery.co.uk/
    Ellenbank, Tongland Road, Kirkcudbright, DG6 4UU
  • Galloway House Gardens

    The gardens, offer a fascinating network of formal garden paths & informal natural woodland walks taking in a wide range of scenery and incorporating a variety of interesting plants from wild flowers and shrubs to magnificent old trees
    http://www.gallowayhousegardens.co.uk/
    Garlieston, Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire DG8 8HF
  • The Tropic House

    Free flying tropical butterflies during summer. Carnivorous and other exotic plant sales. Tea room, gift shop and garden centre - open all year - whatever the weather
    http://www.scotlands-garden.org.uk/tropichouse.html
    Carty Port, Newton Stewart DG8 6AY
  • Elmlea Plants

    Small family nursery with a large constantly evolving garden where visitors can see mature specimens of many of the plants we offer for sale
    http://www.scotlands-garden.org.uk/elmlea.html
    Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire DG8 6PX
  • Shambellie House Gardens

    The planting style is informal and full; mixed with a selection of hardy trees shrubs and perennials chosen to suit the cool, wet conditions of South West Scotland. A magnificent display awaits every visitor throughout the season.
    http://www.shambelliewalledgarden.co.uk/
    New Abbey, Dumfries, DG2 8HQ
  • The Crichton Gardens

    The mature landscaped gardens spans 100 acres and features a stunning rock garden and ornamental pond. The well maintained gardens have many paths in which you can take your own tour of the interesting and varied buildings onsite as well as taking in the beautiful selection of flowers and shrubs.
    http://www.scotlandsgardens.org/gardens/garden/ea753c48-0ce1-4a27-bec9-a5290159af00
    Dumfries, DG1 4ZE
  • J Tweedie Fruit Trees

    Fresh fruit available from June to September includes various varieties of raspberries, tayberries, gooseberries, blueberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants, whitecurrants, rhubarb as well as cobnuts.
    http://www.gardenvisit.com/nurseries/j_tweedie_fruit_trees
    Terregles, Dumfries, DG2 9TH
  • The Dewar’s

    The location is amazing with the touring site overlooking the banks of Loch Ken. The staff are friendly & could not be more helpful. A totally relaxing place to visit.

    28th Nov 2016
  • Sheryl W.

    Stayed here for a week two adults & two kids, absolutely loved it. Beautiful location right on the shores of Loch Ken with fantastic views. The tent pitches were massive & the site was kept very clean and tidy

    28th Nov 2016
  • The Ridley’s

    Great stay in our motor home, friendly staff, modern, clean facilities, plenty to do on site, play parks, fishing, boat hire, and a well stocked shop. An ideal base for touring the Galloway Forrest Park. We'll definitely return!

    28th Nov 2016
  • The Smiths

    First stop on our motor home trip around Scotland and it set the standard for the rest of our camp site visits. A beautifully laid out site, quality amenities and great hosts, with a Loch-side position, it can't get much better!

    30th Jan 2017
  • Graham, Amy, Tom & Archie

    The staff, location and showers are all fantastic. The Park is perfect. Just the break we needed.

    30th Jan 2017
  • Mr & Mrs Heptinstall

    Beautiful Holiday Park. Pike 7, holiday home is lovely. My husband and I had a brilliant time and didn’t want to leave.

    30th Jan 2017
  • Mr & Mrs Craig.

    The park is fantastic and the staff is a credit to you, all very helpful. We shall come back again.

    30th Jan 2017
  • Jennifer & Iain MacIver

    ‘A little piece of heaven’

    30th Jan 2017