Blinkbonny wood is a mixed pine and broadleaf woodland. About a third of the woodland is mature pine,
smaller area of mixed broadleaves, the remainder of the wood was replanted after felling in in 2002.
It has been owned by the Wray family since November 2002. We have replanted the felled areas, restored the
paths in the wood, and developed a small craft & education centre. We hope that the wood is an attractive
place for people to pursue woodland craft courses, or simply come for a walk.
The wood is managed by Steven and Sally with occasional help from family.
The family also includes Alfie the Border Collie. We also sometimes have hens and ducks but they dont have names.
Where are we?
Blinkbonny is on the edge of the Lammermuirs overlooking the Firth of Forth. The closest village is Gifford.
We are seven miles from Haddington, and about thirty miles from Edinburgh by road.
Full directions are available on this website.
Parking at Blinkbonny
Parking is for Blinkbonny visitors only.