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Lush green lawns, colourful herbaceous borders and many unusual shrubs and trees complete the setting for this memorable property. Today, Falkland Palace offers an idyllic setting for summer weddings, and other events. Guests can step back in time and enjoy a truly regal experience, all within easy reach of Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee.

Lush green lawns, colourful herbaceous borders and many unusual shrubs and trees complete the setting for this memorable property. Today, Falkland Palace offers an idyllic setting for summer weddings, and other events. Guests can step back in time and enjoy a truly regal experience, all within easy reach of Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee.

Falkland Palace in Fife - a favourite place of Mary, Queen of Scots. Surrounded by extensive gardens, this partly restored Renaissance palace is the perfect place to while away an afternoon. The beautiful, tranquil grounds are worth a visit alone. They are home to the oldest Royal tennis court in Britain, built for King James the V. The grounds also include ruins of the 12th century Castle of Falkland, extensive gardens and an ancient Orchard with a wild flower meadow.

Falkland Palace in Fife - a favourite place of Mary, Queen of Scots. Surrounded by extensive gardens, this partly restored Renaissance palace is the perfect place to while away an afternoon. The beautiful, tranquil grounds are worth a visit alone. They are home to the oldest Royal tennis court in Britain, built for King James the V. The grounds also include ruins of the 12th century Castle of Falkland, extensive gardens and an ancient Orchard with a wild flower meadow.

The icon of the Lady of Ostrabama in the Chapel Royal was made out of corned beef tins and cartridge cases by Polish soldiers billeted here during the Second World War, and The Chapel Royal is the Catholic parish church for Falkland, with Mass every Sunday at 9am.

The icon of the Lady of Ostrabama in the Chapel Royal was made out of corned beef tins and cartridge cases by Polish soldiers billeted here during the Second World War, and The Chapel Royal is the Catholic parish church for Falkland, with Mass every Sunday at 9am.

Dishfunctional Designs: Window of Opportunity: Old Salvaged Windows Get New Life As Unique Decor

Dishfunctional Designs: Window of Opportunity: Old Salvaged Windows Get New Life As Unique Decor

Falkland Palace was built by the Moray and or the Royal Stuart dynasties of the Scottish Monarchy.  It was used as a summer hunting lodge and conference centre (sic). Queen Mary frequented this area called The Kingdom as did an earlier monarch Robert The Bruce. Many of the newer buildings in Falkland have marriage lintels with dates between 1605 and 1745.

Falkland Palace was built by the Moray and or the Royal Stuart dynasties of the Scottish Monarchy. It was used as a summer hunting lodge and conference centre (sic). Queen Mary frequented this area called The Kingdom as did an earlier monarch Robert The Bruce. Many of the newer buildings in Falkland have marriage lintels with dates between 1605 and 1745.

Falkland Palace,Fife, Scotland

Falkland Palace,Fife, Scotland

CUBO ET EXCUBO: Falkland Palace, Chapel Royal

CUBO ET EXCUBO: Falkland Palace, Chapel Royal

Wandering through the gardens at Falkland Palace, you can explore the only remaining Percy Cane designed garden in existence with stunning displays of Delphiniums in high summer. A new wildlife area is being created within the orchards, as well as a new renaissance style physic garden with medicinal and culinary herbs. Based on Gerald’s Herbal, the garden would be familiar to Mary Queen of Scots.

Wandering through the gardens at Falkland Palace, you can explore the only remaining Percy Cane designed garden in existence with stunning displays of Delphiniums in high summer. A new wildlife area is being created within the orchards, as well as a new renaissance style physic garden with medicinal and culinary herbs. Based on Gerald’s Herbal, the garden would be familiar to Mary Queen of Scots.

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