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Brodick Castle, Garden and Country Park

936 Reviews

Brodick Castle, Garden and Country Park

936 Reviews
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3-Day Isle of Arran Adventure Small-Group Tour from Edinburgh
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3-Day Isle of Arran Adventure Small-Group Tour from Edinburgh

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Roam the wild landscapes, ancient ruins and charming fishing villages of the Isle of Arran on this 3-day tour from Edinburgh. This adventurous itinerary is ideal for those looking to escape the beaten track and includes accommodation and round-trip ferry tickets. Walk in the footsteps of Scottish national poet Robert Burns and discover the countryside known as ‘Burns Country’; visit the 18th-century Culzean Castle; and explore the remote Kintyre Peninsula.
$438.84 per adult
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kencogateshead wrote a review Today
gateshead65 contributions27 helpful votes
My wife and l just loved to see the squirrels and the little birds feeding.We sat inside the hut and it was so lovely to see the animals feeding all together.It was so quiet inside the hut a magical time.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Scottish-Hidden-Gems🌈 wrote a review Nov 18
Scotland, United Kingdom2,870 contributions12,043 helpful votes
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We purchased a national trust pass to visit here but there was noone around we had the whole park to ourself. Unfortunately everything was closed including the toilets but there are a few lovely walks and plenty of info boards. We went on the fairy trail walk which was just a short walk but had beautiful little fairy houses! There is some stunning trees in the park too, definitely worth a visit!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Bladerunner wrote a review Oct 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom39 contributions11 helpful votes
Should you enjoy a good playpark with young children you will be tempted by this. We were. Our littler adventurer loves pushing his limits and this seemed like the perfect holiday treat. The playpark is of a very well built standard, a fort for the 5+ (ours is 3), the promise of a cafe within feet of the facility (closed) and range of different structures (many COVID Closed). Therefore. The price tag of £14: £7 per adult (our 3 year old was free) was a bit steep! We had good fun for 45 mins and by the stage had exhausted the different structures and discovered all the boarded up ones we couldn’t use and found the closed cafe. Generally feel a bit stung. It is signs of the times we live in, yes, but also signs of the National Trust or Scotland’s faulty pricing that fleeces non-members. Our membership has waxed and waned over the years, currently waning. If the National Trust really want to do business, they need to stop pricing themselves out the family market. I’m afraid this has experience re-affirms my view that their properties are overpriced and oversold. Feel a bit robbed. If you have younger children avoid If you have older children, at the moment they won’t be able to make full use of this site either. So, avoid.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Elaine B wrote a review Oct 2020
Kilmarnock, United Kingdom110 contributions20 helpful votes
Lots of interesting plants in the walled garden. Lovely trails and walks. The castle is great to visit, and the staff have great knowledge of the history. Interesting day out. Children would definitely love the adventure play park. Lots of good Covid 19 measures in place so felt perfectly safe.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Viewlander wrote a review Oct 2020
Crieff, United Kingdom1,116 contributions385 helpful votes
The castle is an interesting experience with beautiful furniture and well curated rooms. The grounds are fantastic, particularly the walled garden and the summer house.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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