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“Not just somewhere to go when it's raining...”

Broughton House & Garden
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$33.69*
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National Trust for Scotland Discover Ticket: Scotland Sightseeing Pass
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed September 30, 2012

.. but it was and we did. Very informed staff who filled in all the gaps. To be honest I wasn't aware of the Kirkcudbright artists clique before this visit

Thank Phil J
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Reviewed August 27, 2012

We were staying directly opposite so couldn't really leave Kirkcudbright without visiting it. The house was lovely and the garden even lovelier. Views over the river are gorgeous and there's so much to see in the garden. Plenty of benches which means that you can enjoy it from various aspects. Definitely worth a visit if you're there.

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Reviewed August 20, 2012

The Gardens to this NT for Scotland House are stunning - the gardens are well worth the price alone. The House is beautifully restored and the tea room, although small is great and does proper brews and wonderful cakes

Thank Steve H
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Reviewed July 22, 2012

Have visited Broughton House many years ago and it remains a wonderful place to visit, not only if you are an art lover and culture vulture, but want to appreciate the beautiful gardens in a lovely coastal location. Join as a National Trust for Scotland member (NTS) and you will avoid the entrance fee but it wholly worthwhile, not only for the amazing collection of Hornel's work but an insight into the world of past British artists in this Artists' Town of Kirkcudbright.

Thank JaneBBArgyll_Bute
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Reviewed July 18, 2012

This was an interesting building and garden. There is often an art exhibition inside. Good eating can be had at the Selkirk Arms, where Burns composed his Grace.

Thank gavScotland_Portugal
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