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Teasses Estate

A productive estate with beautiful and varied gardens.

  • 4.7

  • from 26 Google reviews

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Photo by Teasses Estate. All rights reserved

About the garden

Teasses has seen quite the transformation since the mid-1990s, when the estate was bought by Sir Fraser and Lady Morrison. While there are many acres of the estate devoted to more typical agricultural activities, away from the highland cattle you’ll find beautiful billowing drifts of perennials, a fragrant English Rose garden punctuated with spicy carnations and a pond bejewelled with water lilies and fringed by the elegant Iris Sibirica and other marginal plants.

Another horticultural highlight is the walled garden, where a canopy of apple, plum, and pear trees leads to glasshouses bursting with peaches, figs, and grapes. The gardens host events throughout the year, including the Scottish Snowdrop Festival , plant identification workshops and more.

Opening times

Gardens Open February - October Every Wednesday and first weekend of each month. Café now open during regular garden open days.

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Garden area

60 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.

Wheelchair access

Mostly inaccessible (some paths moderately flat and paved).


Yes - There is a plant shop.

Fife, KY8 5PG

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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 26 Google reviews

Jim “scotty” Scott

2 weeks ago


Visited briefly yesterday as part of vintage event,very nice people nice gardens although only saw a small part, the wee coffee shop lovely, the menu limited very nice Donuts and toilets were spotless, staff very friendly and the prices reasonable, definitely have to return when I have more time to explore further, all in all very pleasant day thanks so much, on my Doorstep too and didn't know it was there

Steve Allchin

a month ago


Really lovely place, great location although they need more road signs as neither our sat nav or smartphones were able to find the location. We spent 30mims driving up every road we could find until we found it. We went to a great open air walking theatre of Midsummers Night Dream. They supplied hot food plus tea and coffee after the theatre event in the garden and the conservatory for a small cost. Theatre company plus staff at Teasses Estate were all very friendly and helpful.

Alexander Smith Gough

4 months ago


Driving passed million times never know it was there than ended up doing job there really beautiful big long drive than boom massive house inside just stunning people who have it done it to very high standard go have look

Alex Masson

4 months ago


Daffodils & hellebore at this time. Good landscaping &forest walks. Only open Wednesdays & first weekend of month.

Lynda Fairley

6 months ago


Lovely place to visit. But only snowdrops at this time of year ,still very good .

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