The main building of this place is Hospitalfield House built in 1849. In nowadays it is a residential art centre – place for creating in a medium with 'quiet ambience, tranquil country gardens and particularly generous studio space' (http://www.hospitalfield.org.uk/).
The building is built in the Gothic style from red sandstone which is typical local material of most of Arbroath buildings.
The site is a park bordered by old trees and further by stone wall variables in a height.
There are several art pieces located in the park and out of it. One of them on the way to the park was very impressive to address and inspire me.
Private accommodations (25m2 each) and studios (40m2 each) for 6 artists, gallery/event space (100m2), ancillary (kitchen 25m2), storage and WC). Besides them some external areas for relaxation, contemplation and exhibition are required.