Aultgowrie Mill is an 18th century converted water mill set in gardens, river and woodlands of 13 acres. Features include a wooded island, a half acre wildflower meadow and a wildlife pond, all with outstanding views of the surrounding hills. The maturing gardens have terraces, lawns, two mixed orchards and raised vegetable beds with glasshouse and a third mile river walk. BBC Beechgrove Garden featured this garden in July 2014.
From the south, turn left at Muir of Ord Distillery, Aultgowrie Mill is 3.2 miles. From the north and west, after Marybank Primary School, Aultgowrie Mill is 1.7 miles up the hill.
Sunday 21 May 1:00pm - 5:00pm Sunday 16 July 1:00pm - 5:00pm
£4.50, children under 12 free
RNLI receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries
Homemade cream teas are served on the balcony and millpond lawn. Maps and photographs of the gardens, island and river walks will be on display and there is ample field parking. Well behaved dogs on leads are very welcome. Large, extensive plant stall in the garden.
Mr and Mrs John Clegg
Aultgowrie, Urray, Muir of Ord
Call 01997 433699