Originally called Cairn Lodge, this elegant home was built around 1836 for Robert Pitcairn, a lawyer and an advocate against exportation of convicts. When seafarer Captain Charles Bayley bought the property in 1864 he renamed it- Runnymede after his favorite ship. The National Trust manages the property and have restored and furnished it in keeping with a gentleman's residence of the period. The charming garden overlooks New Town Bay on the river and features historic trees and plants.
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