The Gulf Stream, surrounding hills and rocky cliffs, create a microclimate for 20 acres of outstanding water gardens, old rhododendrons, unusual trees and a fern collection in a geodesic dome. There is also a sunken fern garden developed on the site of an early 19th century drain, a waterfall into a pool with dwarf rhododendrons, sunken garden, peace garden and kitchen garden. Other features include a conservatory, Japanese garden, sculpture collection and giant sundial.
On the A890 between Strathcarron and South Strome.
1 April - 28 October 10:00am - 5:30pm (exc. Sundays)
£8.00, OAPs £6.00, children £1.00, free entry for wheelchair users
Donation to SG Beneficiaries
Disabled car parking by main house.