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Rowallane Garden, Saintfield

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TripAdvisor
  • As National Trust for Scotland members we try to check out the local attractions whenever we are somewhere new. The gardens around Rowallane are definitely worth the visit and it's a great place for a...  more »
  • Rowallane has become one of the few places with a dedicated dog friendly area for off lead exercise. And it's one of the best. Open pasture, shady woodland, a safe perimeter. You may find you have it ...  more »
  • Took my dogs for a morning walk here as it is about 20 minutes from my house. Cant believe i have this lovely place so close to me. They have a special enclosed area for off lead dog exercise and the ...  more »
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  • Very nice place for a walk in lovely grounds with a decent coffee shop. Does need a few more bins about the place especially if you have a floor legged friend along. Good dog park also.
  • Rowallane was our nearest NT property and we used to visit it weekly. Great walks, a beautiful walled garden , beautiful trees all you need to relax and enjoy a bit of fresh air. PS: the NT invested a lot there over the last few years so the facilities are top notch.
  • Some of the most stunning gardens in Northern Ireland .Recently opened new paths, highly recommended.
  • This garden has lots of plants that would interests Gardner's, but if you want somewhere to take your dog for a walk then this is not the place to be. Dogs must be strictly kept on leads. There's a cafe that is inside the old House. The House itself has nothing left inside from the past. Its internal walls have been removed to make way for the cafe and offices
  • One of the most beautiful places I have ever seen, admission fee isn't expensive but it is worth it considering the maintenance of these beautiful gardens. There is a place where you can eat and have tea, and overall the place is not overcrowded. Great memory, must see !