The beautiful gardens at Langley Park House are once again open to the public to enjoy, with 10 per cent of the proceeds going towards a very good cause.
The historic listed gardens at Langley Park House, Montrose, are open on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from 12 noon until 4 p.m.
The gardens feature 27 acres of policies, four walled gardens (three acres), meadow walks, ponds, fountain and a standing stone.
Entry is £4 with 10 per cent given to the MS Therapy Centre in Dundee. Accompanied small children are free. Group bookings on other days are possible. Tea, cake and ice creams are available just off the A93 Montrose to Brechin road, one mile from Montrose half a mile from the House of Dun. Marianne and Philip Santer, the owners of Langley House, are raising money for the MS Therapy Centre in Dundee as it has been “a great help” in helping Phillip with the disease.
Marianne said:“The Therapy Centre in Dundee has made a huge difference to Phillip and we support the centre whenever we can.”
The owners of the house are currently seeking any old photographs and information of the house. If you have anything you would like to pass on please call 01674 810735. This number can also be used for organising group bookings.
So if you fancy visiting a hidden gem in Angus, be sure to check out Langley Park House and its beautiful gardens.