Argyll & the Isles is home to over 20 glorious gardens, from natural woodlands to walled gardens. There’s a huge variety of gardens to explore, set amid spectacular coastal landscape or epic mountain scenery. Argyll’s mild climate provides the perfect growing conditions for a riot of native and exotic plants. A number of Argyll’s gardens are part of historic estates, so you can discover the history of the area as well as enjoy the beauty of the blooms.
Go Wild About Argyll's Gardens
Dunollie Museum, Castle & Grounds
Dunollie Museum Castle and Grounds is a heritage site international significance situated just 1 mile north of Oban. It is now run by a small independent cha...
Dunollie Museum Castle and Grounds
A lovely short walk taking in oak woodland and spruce, passing the Painted Rock Trail and work area and with a short diversion, taking you to the stunning vi...
From Rothesay or Port Bannatyne, drive north along the A844 along the coast. Stay on this coastal road as it becomes the A886 shortly past Port Bannatyne and follow it until you reach the Rhubodach-Colintraive ferry crossing where you can park your car. From Rothesay to the ferry terminal by car takes around 20 minutes. Public transport and walking is also possible.