In association with Scotland's Gardens Scheme, the Gean House gardens will be open to the public on Tuesday 19th June.
On arrival, the sweeping driveway from the main road takes you through beautiful parkland lined with trees to the mansion set on top of the hill facing northeast.
The gardens surrounding the house were originally 40 acres and included a Japanese garden in the woods. Now seven acres on the southern and eastern aspects of the house are left to be enjoyed.
Plants from Gartinny Nurseries will also be available to buy.
Admission £4.00, children free.
60% of proceeds to Scottish Autism
Scotland's Gardens purpose and vision is to raise money for charity through encouraging, promoting and supporting garden openings, whilst making the whole experience inspiring, rewarding and enjoyable for all involved.