About the property
64-acre ornamental garden with interest throughout the year from a large and varied plant collection and landscape features. A Scottish Baronial House open to the public. 1500-acre estate with way marked trails, bird hides, and a wild fowl sanctuary. More Details
This Scottish Baronial-style house, located only a mile from Castle Douglas, commands superb views over the magnificent gardens and surrounding estate, owned in the 14th century by the Black Douglas family and now a renowned wildlife habitat.
Spectacular gardens, beautiful house and superb Visitor Centre
William Gordon, a successful Liverpool businessman, bought the estate in 1867, and built the impressive sandstone house that dominates the 64-acre garden. Today Threave is famous for its spectacular gardens, beautiful house and superb Visitor Centre, all of which can be used for corporate and private events.
* Woodland and heather gardens
* Water features
* Large collection of daffodils planted on mass
Estate: all year, daily.
Garden, Visitor & Countryside Centres, Restaurant, Gift Shop, Plant Centre and Glasshouses:
1 Feb to 28 Mar, Fri-Sun 10-5; 29 Mar to 31 Oct, daily 10-5; 1 Nov to 23 Dec, Fri-Sun 10-5.
House: 1 Apr to 31 Oct, Wed-Fri and Sun 11-3.30.
Visit to house by guided tour only and visitors are advised to book in advance.