The Rothesay Gardens The Rothesay Gardens lie south of the House


A quiet retreat that is partly concealed by a tall yew hedge, with a central oak-framed structure at its centre. Adjacent to the Blacksmith’s forge is a Doocot built by 11 students on the Prince’s Foundation Building Craft Apprenticeship programme, who completed the build over a 10-week course. The ceiling, a modern interpretation of a 17th century Scottish Renaissance painted design, was envisioned and completed by apprentice Peace Townsend.