This bizarre structure, in the shape of a pineapple, was built in 1761 as a folly to enjoy the fantastic views.
Extensive glasshouses and pineapple pits once grew a variety of exotic fruit and vegetables within these walls.
Ongoing research, survey and repair work continues on the walls and is revealing a great deal of information for future consideration.
Enjoy a peaceful walk around the former curling and dipping pool and surrounding woodland.
National Trust for Scotland, Cashmere Scarf
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