The Wild Garden and Woods
The policies at Dunninald date back at least to 1750, when they appeared on General Roy's Map of Scotland.
The beech avenue leads from behind the house to the walled garden. The area immediately around the house and walled garden is rich with bulbs. Snowdrops herald the arrival of spring, followed by daffodils and bluebells.
The wood path walk is well sign-posted and is about a mile long. The woods contain many British native species to encourage wildlife. Lucky visitors may see some of our red squirrels.