Pictures of the Garden Flat Dunbar Some images of the Garden Flat @templelands from different angles, which should get a fair impression of the accommodation. The Garden at Templelands is mostly quiet, disturbed only by nesting or fledgling herring gulls An older view of the front before the clematis established – note the red sand stone gives way to ashlar An older view of the front before the clematis established showing the oversailing steps, the false windows, the ionic columns, the arrow head cast iron railings The arrow head railings reflect on the red sandstone, the more typical stone employed in Dunbar building construction with ashlar used in finer buildings The-cast-iron-arrow-head-railings-make-shadows-on-the-wall The-entrance-to-the-Garden-Flat-is-private Bedroom 1 double bed Sanderson Anise wallpaper Bedroom 1 (Anise) double bed pure crushed linen sheets Bedroom 1 (Anise) double bed with an arrangement by Ruth File name: Bedroom-1-Anise-double-bed-working-shutters Bedroom-2-twin-beds-crushed-linen-feather-duvet-pillows Bedroom-2-flower-arrangement-from-garden Bedroom 2 – working shutters and flowers by Ruth Bedroom-2-additional-seating-and-nook-with-desk-out-of-shot Peony-and-honesuckle Full length bath and powerful traditional mira shower The-hand-made-tiles-are-by-Margery-Clinton-who-lived-here-in-the-1990s Peony in window Traditional Mira Shower A-glimpse-of-the-fern-garden-laced-with-sweetwoodruff-through-the-bathroom-window Modern-and-well-equipped-kitchen-for-light-meals-and-more The-fern-garden-outlook-from-the-kitchenette Basket-of-local-goodness-to-welcome-you Coffee in the garden is also fun with bird song and the sound of sea as accompaniment The Original James Bond sofa for catching up with Netflix classics Late morning in summer – the mirror reflects things to create unusual perspectives Classic-Ionic-columns-of-2-Templelands-see-if-you-can-spot-the-numeral-inscription Additional-seating-positioned-to-catch-late-afternoon-and-evening-sun. Autumnal-colours-in-the-Garden-can-be-quite-intoxicating There is always something happening in the garden, but late spring or early summer is the best time to visit for flowering plants Glimpses of the sea from the garden. Gannets are easy to spot as they are large and spectacular when diving for fish Ample garden seating for breakfast, coffee, light lunches or your tea : supper The-clematis-flowers-late-May-June Sit out in the garden for a light lunch and more Glimpses of the limestone rockery and fern garden Seating in the garden – bring out the small cushions, handmade creations by Ruth The gardens at Templelands are a Wildlife haven, especially as there are no cats The daisies push through the ryegrass – which in time we hope will give way to fescues and other more attractive grasses The lawn area is being made into a wildflower garden and serves as a drying green Relaxing in the sun is easy when the dominant wind is a westerly Quiet garden. Good for relaxing, thinking, and study too The northern light is always changing so expect the unexpected The plantings are designed to enhance wildlife and make the views The-steps-up-to-the-garden-with-grasses-sedges-and-ferns.-The-sweet-woodruff-is-lightly-scented-and-prolific The-vegetable-plot-with-pond-side-seating-please-ask-if-you-want-to-bbq No wide angles, sorry, but more expensive fixed 25mm and 50mm lenses.