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Kellie Castle & Garden, Pittenweem

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The grounds and garden could easily be a day out in themselves, with acres of woodland walks, a bird hide and an abundance of nature. The Arts & Crafts garden is packed with beautiful borders of old-fashioned roses and herbaceous plants, as well as fruit and vegetables – all grown organically.

Seasonal events throughout the year give you even more reasons to join us for a memorable trip into Scotland’s past.
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  • Visited the garden on a slightly wet day .There are marvellous autumn colour from the car park to the Castle . I had thought the gardens might be devoid of colour but there was still a fair bit...  more »
  • This is one of my favourite gardens as it is in a superb setting. Although it is not manicured it is has lovely borders and has a great variety of plants and vegetables.  more »
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  • Walled garden is amazing at anytime of the year , great for a stroll around the grounds and coffee/tea served in castle , highly recommend a visit but wrap up in winter as gets really cold
  • A few miles west of the Bunker, you can visit the Kellie Castle (under the tutelage of the National Trust), which is a prime example of Lowland's Scotland architecture. It is located more precisely, Oppena outside from Arncroach, about 5 km North from Pittenweem. The oldest part is thought to be traced back to 1360, but the building in its present form is of the SIXTEENTH and early SEVENTEENTH century. Completed around 1606. Restored with sympathy by the Lorimer family around 1878, it contains magnificent plaster ceilings, painted panels and furniture designed by Sir Lorimer Lorimer. Really Great! Also all the gardens are worth a visit, spece in spring when it all starts to blossom again
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