Cringletie Snowdrops Festival
Wellies are available to tip toe through the snowdrops in the woods overlooking the gorge or meandering around the stream and Doocot. The Cringletie nature trail is now open so let the lights twinkle as they guide you along the path by the waterfall and collect the fairy tokens along the way to receive your reward when you finish with tea round the log fire; your fabulous afternoon tea by the roaring fire, served with our unique snowdrop scones will be sumptuous. Light lunches are also available - sorry closed Mondays & Tuesdays in February
Cambo Crafters FreeFebruary 7th, 2018 - June 20th, 2018
A new crafting group for sharing craft skills, learning new ones or working on your own project. The group runs fortnightly with the exception of March/ April due to Easter. For more information on date sand costs and to book a place, please contact:
A fabulous exhibition in Logan Botanic Garden's Studio as a tribute to the work of this great planthunter and his development of Cally Gardens. It focuses on a selection of his expeditions and includes many fine photographs of plants, landscapes and people.Find out more
Bring the whole family together this Easter and treat your loved ones to the magic of our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts! Get ready for a long weekend of fun and discovery as you spot the first signs of spring and experience nature bursting into life at the special places the National Trust for Scotland looks after. Become a nature detective to follow bunny’s clues and finish your adventure with a delicious chocolatey treat.Find out more
From the minute you cross the bridge on your way up the winding drive you will begin to appreciate the beauty of the Rhododendrons and Azaleas that abound throughout the grounds of Cringletie. Wherever you wander in the 28 acres you will find nature at her best and build up an appetite or walk off a sumptuous lunch or afternoon tea. Talking of tea you may like to have one with our compliments and all you have to do is name all the varieties of Rhododendrons and Azaleas that grow within the Cringletie estate and marvel at the depth of colours that spring out at you.Find out more
Come and see the many species of Rhododendrons, many collected in the wild and later hybrids in the magnificent setting of Glenwhan Gardens overlooking Luce Bay.
The colourful Japanese evergreen Azaleas are a glorious sight and later the deciduous azaleas with their glorious colours and scents.
Stroll though our gardens and then enjoy a good meal in our award winning Taste Your Best tea room.