The Pineapple (Falkirk) Reviews
Description:Structure in the grounds of Dunmore House near Falkirk.
Newest Review: ... poo bags". There were only 2 cars in the car park including ours, so very quiet. The Pineapple is in the Dunmore Estate, and is a really unusual building, you get your first glimpse as you go through the gates. There is a longish road with grass each side, a strip had been cut but all around the trees in the orchard it was left wild. We didn't notice any fruit on the trees which we ... more
Customer The Pineapple (Falkirk) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/07/11 (Very useful, 96 readings)
The sun was shining - unusual for Scotland so we decided to go somewhere and as we are members we were looking through the National Trust book and spotted the Pineapple. We had both seen it on television and in books but although not far from us we had never actually visited. The book we had said it was north of Airth. Eventually we spotted a road sign off the A905 and turned into a narrow road by a rather dilapidated Lodge house. There was a sign saying drive slowly! We did indeed follow the instructions as we weaved our way trying to miss huge potholes! Eventually we passed a house and saw a sign to the car park, it was nice and shady so kept the car fairly ... Read the complete review
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