Enjoy a stroll round our large secluded garden with its open lawns, mature trees, woodland glade, vegetable and fruit patch . . or just sit and take in the sight, scents, sounds and peace.

Relax in the summerhouse, a comfortable spot for relaxing and an excellent viewpoint for watching or photographing the birds and wildlife as they visit the pond.

A haven for wildlife, our one and a half acre garden is home to hundreds of wild birds - pheasants, partridges, woodpeckers, and ducks can all be seen feasting here. Red squirrels and hedgehogs visit us regularly too.

Our free-range hens roam the garden, great for the garden and for incredibly delicious eggs for your breakfast!

There is something to see all year round e.g. as well as formal planting areas we have marvellous displays of bulbs in spring and wild fungi from late summer.

As really enthusiastic (if a little unorthodox!) amateur gardeners we have developed The Dulaig Garden over only seven years from what was virtually grass parkland to what you see today. For the past two year we have been delighted to accept an invitation to be part of the Abenethy Open Gardens event and on a day each July we open our garden to the public for charity - it is great fun, and very busy!

We care about the environment too - view our Green Policy

"The Dulaig’s gardens turned out to be the most beautiful scenes of our trip."
R.P. Gardening Blogger, New York

Fantastic food, superb setting. A true home from home bespoke experience xxx
B, A & JW, Birmingham

Garden Gallery

  • Beautiful Coral Charm Paeony in front garden
  • Red squirrels visit almost daily
  • Rosa Anne Boleyn and Persicaria Darjeeling at The Dulaig
  • One of many wild pheasants which feel safe in our garden
  • We have many beautiful Acers - this is in Autumn colour
  • Himalayan Blue Poppies grow well in The Dulaig garden
  • Beautiful female pheasants in snow in our garden
  • Himalayan Blue Poppy and rhododendron brighten our Secret Garden in Spring
  • Apples growing on one of our apple trees
  • Irises and rhododenron - a beautiful colour combination at our Secret Garden
  • This handsome man is Peter Pheasant!
  • Fancy Victoria Plum compote for your breakfast?
  • Mother duck and her day-old ducklings in our garden