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Logie House Gardens

A riverside woodland garden with its own microclimate.

  • 4.5

  • from 1072 Google reviews

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About the garden

Logie House Garden sits on the grounds of the 130 acre Logie Estate, centered around a natural river, which winds through the gardens from top to bottom, providing year-round interest and a constant soundscape of babbling waters. Stroll along the length of this burn and take in the maturing trees and shrubs which provide shelter for a variety of hardy perennials and groundcover plants. Many of the herbaceous plants found at Logie House were propagated for the Logie Steading Farm and Garden Shop, which offers an interesting collection of items to browse on a rainy day.

The walled garden that used to be the centrepiece here has been transitioning since 1991 into a woodland garden, and many of the shrubs and trees have now reached an impressive level of maturity. Logie House sits within a noticeable microclimate, where there is a certain peace and tranquility - be sure to plan time to sit back and watch the birds and other wildlife from one of the many places to sit in these varied gardens.

Opening times

Garden, playground and river walks are always open (honesty box entry). Logie Steading is open daily from Feb until Christmas Eve. During Jan, it is open Fri - Sun only. Mar - Oct: 10AM - 5PM Nov - Feb: 10AM - 4PM Cafe opens at 10AM

Useful details

Garden area

130 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating.


Yes - Children of all ages.

Bicycle storage

Yes - Yes - you can lock up your bike at Logie House.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).


Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Moray, IV36 2QN

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Logie House Gardens
IV36 2QN
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Google reviews

  • 4.5

  • from 1072 Google reviews

loek kuiters

5 months ago


Marvelous place with a beautiful garden, where is the start of a wonderful walk along the Findhorn river. There is also a nice cafe where you can have a nice drink or lunch in- or outside at a terrace. The bookstore with a rich collection of second hand books is also worth a visit, as is the plant shop with a remarkable large variety of garden plants!

Morag Anderson

a year ago


Lovely wee place, lots to see for all the family. Great walks, brill kids playpark. Fab soup in the restaurant (queues quite long so be prepared!) worth the wait. Loved the wood in the farm shop, all the gorgeous produce too. Gift shop/gallery is a must for some amazing pressies.

Aunty Carol nk

6 months ago


A beautiful, well maintained location. A walled garden with a great slope for rolling down. Stylish interesting shops and gallery. Also a well equipped play area for children. Dogs are welcome

Judith Davies

7 months ago


A great afternoon visit to the shops and café Fortunately lovely weather so walking to the Randolph Leap & around the gardens was perfect, combination 👌

Fiona Malcolm

7 months ago


A lovely morning, wandering the gardens and exploring the shops - with good coffee and scones in between!

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01309 611 222

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