You always get a wonderful time at Dawyck the colours in Autumn are delightful, graet welcoming staff & lovely cafeteria well worth a visit
We liked being invited to wander amongst the beauty of the autumn garden. The possibility of an easier route for the mobility challenged and the cafe which provided good sandwiches and a small shop to browse. The staff were excellent - welcoming and well informed.
Had a wonderful day at Dawyck. Trees and shrubs at their best - a vast range of autumnal colours. Many specimens from Japan and Nepal. All well presented. Tea room was also very good - nice range of freshly prepared meals. A small gallery with a TV and selection of about 6 short films, about the gardens, local crafts and... More
If you get a chance you should go and see this garden which is affiliated with the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh. It has huge wonderful trees with all the bright colours of the Autumn, well managed paths to walk on, and an excellent cafe and art gallery that has something to offer all ages of visitors. When the Scottish... More
We had the most wonderful visit to this beautiful paradise woodland garden. It is like a hidden therapeutic gem that will refresh and reinvigorate you. This botanic garden is simply full of native and exotic shrubs and trees such as rhododendrons, scots pine, beech, birch and rowan trees. We enjoyed the setting of the woodland walk and found it quite... More
Beautiful 'managed parkland' belonging to Edinburgh Botanic Gardens. There is an amazing array of bushes and trees which are lovely in autumn, spring and summer.
Not the best weather when we were there but the sun did come in and out. We followed the recommended walk and enjoyed all the magnificent trees and the early autumn colours, beautiful. We will definitely be back when the weather is better to enjoy the summer colours. The café was also very nice.
This attraction is listed as one of four botanic gardens to visit. We had previously visited two of the others and were looking forward to this one. Autumn may not have shown the garden at its very best but it still impressed. The range of trees and shrubs were amazing and the setting perfect for showing them. A tremendous number... More
We visited on an sunny early autumn day and enjoyed some lovely ambling on the tree lined paths around this small(ish) gorge. A good cup of coffee and a nice piece of cake in the cafe after our walk was an added bonus!
colours of trees were just beginning to change to autumn colours. Very friendly lady on reception desk. Café has very good range of home baked products - the cheese scones are legendary! Gardens are so very lovely any time of year. Well worth a visit
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