A productive estate with beautiful and varied gardens.
from 22 Google reviews
About the garden
Gardens Open February - October Every Wednesday and first weekend of each month. Café now open during regular garden open days.
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.
Mostly inaccessible (some paths moderately flat and paved).
Yes - There is a plant shop.
Fife, KY8 5PG
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Theatre at Teasses
Jun 25 Sa 16:30-21:00
Date: 25.06.2022 Time: 16:30-18:00/19:30-21:00 Join us for an evening of theatre at Teasses!
We will be welcoming the Walking Theatre Company at Teasses on Saturday 25th June for their performance “A Midsummer Night’s Magic” - an adaptation of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
They will be running 2 performances on this day (4:30pm and 7:30 pm) - each performance will last approx. 90 mins.
This performance is suitable for all ages and open to family audiences.
Please note this is an outdoor event and a walking performance in our gardens. We invite people to dress for the weather and have appropriate footwear.
Well-behaved dogs welcome - they should be kept on a lead.
The tea room in the Walled Garden will be open for refreshments.
Please enter via the Farm - we have a dropped pin with exact location on our website.
from 22 Google reviews
Alexander Smith Gough
2 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
a month ago
Daffodils & hellebore at this time. Good landscaping &forest walks. Only open Wednesdays & first weekend of month.
3 months ago
Lovely place to visit. But only snowdrops at this time of year ,still very good .
10 months ago
Huge garden areas and very interesting guided walk with head gardener, which is included with entry fee. Plants historically grown as cutting flowers for the 'big house' and variety of unusual and tall plants especially chosen for grand floral displays. Beautiful water lilies on pond .
11 months ago
I went on the Summer Solstice walk through the gardens and woods last night led by Craig, the Head Gardener. His knowledge of the flora, fauna and history of the Estate was delivered with enthusiasm and a love of his surroundings. I'd recommend a visit.