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Dawyck Botanic Garden

  • 4.7

  • from 676 Google reviews

Dawyck Botanic Garden
Dawyck Botanic Garden

Azalea Terrace Dawyck - geograph.org.uk - 476552 by Kay Atherton. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

Dawyck is truly one of the world’s finest arboreta. Seasonal displays of abundant exotic and native plants provide a breathtaking backdrop of colour throughout the year. The Garden also offers an award-winning visitor centre.

Opening times

The Garden is open daily, 1 February - 30 November. February and November: 10.00am - 4.00pm March and October: 10.00am - 5.00pm April to September: 10.00am - 6.00pm Last entry one hour before the Garden closes. In the event of severe weather, the Garden may be closed at short notice. Please phone ahead for further details.

Useful details

Garden area

60 Acres

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Scottish Borders, EH45 9JU

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Scottish Borders
EH45 9JU
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 676 Google reviews

Peter Kershaw

3 months ago

5

Dawyck is a wonderful garden at most times of the year, but the snowdrop displays this year are fantastic. The cafe is always somewhere for good food and coffee - the bacon rolls are particularly good, and the scones are excellent. Now fully re-opened, and just as good as ever!

Steve Dymoke

a week ago

5

Lovely gardens with a lot of history. We'll laid out with comprehensive labels on the plants and trees, always a help when you see something you perhaps could put in your own garden! Pines and fir trees are amazing and worth a visit on their own. Shop and café are good. Enjoyed the visit even though the weather was unpleasant. Will definitely go back.

louisa newby

a week ago

5

Lovely garden with some interesting plants and lovely views down to the house. A good portion of the paths would be accessible in a wheelchair or buggy but they are steep so you would need strong arms! The staff were friendly and helpful and have plenty of info available about different routes you can take round the garden. The cafe was really good and worth a stop off for a scone if you are visiting.

A I

a month ago

5

One of four gardens managed by the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh. This one specialises in trees and has some of Scotland’s oldest and largest. Easily walkable in a hillside setting, a must visit if you like big trees and woodland walks. The old estate house and chapel are privately owned and not open to the public. The modern tea room is excellent.

Penny Newmarch

8 months ago

5

This is a lovely place to visit make sure you include a visit to there cafe I would highly recommend it. Lovely ladies serve you very friendly,My friend had Cullen skink soup which she really enjoyed. I spicy red pepper soup the homemade cheese scones are amazing took one home with me gorgeous !

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01721 760254

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