There is a large and varied garden at Kilbryde Castle, covering some 15 acres. The
year starts with a large number of Spring flowering bulbs; for example snowdrops, aconites,
iris followed by a substantial flowering of rhododendrons and azaleas later in the Spring.
The rest of the year includes flowering by roses, clematis and herbaceous. The year is capped
by the autumn colours provided by the acers and autumn flowering clematis.
The garden is used and visited by wedding parties, specialist garden clubs and tourists. It can be either the central feature of a function or a backdrop.
Morning / Afternoon Tea in the castle dining room is available, by prior arrangement, for up to 50 people.
The garden is open twice a year for the benefit of Scotland's Garden Scheme which raises money for charity.