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Montgreenan (also known as Mongrinan, Mongrenon)4196

Short Description

Montgreenan Hotel is situated on the banks of the Lugton Water. There are formal terraces in front of the house and about 20 hectares of parkland and woodland surrounding the hotel.

Features
  • Hotel (featured building)
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  • Terrace
  • Description: There are formal terraces in front of the house.
History

History

For centuries the land at Montgreenan was the seat of the Ross and the Cunninghame families, who occupied the now-ruined castle. The designed landscape appears to have been laid out in the latter part of the 18th century with the bulk of the planting carried out during the 19th century. Montgreenan has been a hotel since 1982. When last researched in 2015, the hotel appeared to be permanently closed.

Period

  • 18th Century
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