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Woodfall Gardens (also known as Glasserton)

Introduction

The late-18th-century walled garden, once associated with Glasserton House, is divided into three equal areas by internal walls. It still contains some original buildings and has been revitalised in the late-20th century into an ornamental garden, featuring mixed borders, a parterre, a productive potager and a woodland area.

Visitor Access, Directions & Contacts

Access contact details

http://www.woodfall-gardens.co.uk/opening.html

Directions

Woodfall Gardens are 2 miles south of Whithorn, by the junction of the A746 and A747.

Owners

David and Lesley Roberts

History

Period

  • Late 18th Century
  • 18th Century
Features & Designations

Plant Environment

  • Walled Garden
  • Environment

Features

  • Mixed Border
  • Parterre
  • Potager
Key Information

Type

Walled Garden

Purpose

Ornamental Garden

Plant Environment

Walled Garden

Principal Building

House

Period

Late 18th Century

Survival

Reconstructed

Hectares

1.6

Open to the public

Yes