An amazing survival of early 18th century decorative art and collections, set within a late 17th century, and surrounded by an 18th century Designed Landscape.
Take a step back in time for an experience rated as a 5 star historic house under the VisitScotland grading scheme.
17th century villa, later significantly added to by the Dalrymple family, who were influential figures of the Scottish Enlightenment
Superb example of James Smith's domestic Palladian architecture
Important 18th century designed landscape, woodland walks, open parkland, remains of water-gardens and built features including a shell grotto and classical summerhouse
Amazing survival of early 18th century decorative Rococo interiors and collections, allowing the NTS to conserve and present what history has left, rather than restore what it hasn't.
Garden, parklands or rural site, Historic house or home
Adult £10.50, Family £26, Single Parent £20, Concession £7.50Car park - pay and display £2
The Visitor Centre is all on one level. Wheelchair users can make use of the dedicated parking spaces 30 yards from the Visitor Centre, or they can be dropped off at the archway entrance to the Visitor Centre. 80% of the House tour is wheelchair accessible. Basement entrance with lift to principal floor Photograph album and information of two rooms on upper floorAll-ability path in part of water garden woods. Large print copy of audio-visual script. Audio copy of the tour availableInduction loop for main audiovisual presentation and at reception deskInduction loop for tour available on request
0844 493 2125