Magnificent 54 acre Highland garden, surrounded by mountains, moorland and sea loch. Created by Osgood Mackenzie in the late 19th century, it now includes a wealth of exotic plants from Australian tree ferns to Chinese rhododendrons to South African bulbs. Recent plantings include a grove of Wollemi pines and other 'fossil' trees. We have an electric buggy and two wheelchairs that are available to use free of charge. Please book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Signposted on A832 by Poolewe, six miles northeast of Gairloch.
Wednesday 17 May 10:00am - 5:30pm Thursday 1 June 9:30am - 6:00pm
Normal NTS admission applies
Donation to SG Beneficiaries
National Plant Collection ®: Olearia, Rhododendron (subsect. Barbata, subsect. Glischra, subsect. Maculifera).
Champion Trees: Over twenty
17 May - The Head Gardener's walk will focus on Woodland Gardening.
1 June - The First Gardener's walk will take in the National Collection plantings.
Meet at the Visitor Centre at 2:00pm for all walks. A shop and self-service restaurant are available.