The Gardener?s Lodge is nestled in the corner of West Princes Street Gardens, below the floral clock and next to the monument to the Royal Scots. This Category C-listed cottage was built by Robert Morham in 1886 with an asymmetrical single storey and attic gable using squared and snecked bull-faced red sandstone with polished dressings. West Princes Street Gardens were laid out by James Skene for the Princes Street proprietors circa 1820. The gardens were acquired by the city in 1876 and further landscaped by Robert Morham.
Architect: Robert Morham
Building Date: 1886
Limited spaces available in the Lodge, so please book via website: