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Ardno and Strachur House

Cairndow PA26 8BE
Kate How and Sir Charles & Lady Maclean
Ardno Cairndow PA26 8BE (Kate How): From the rich varied landscape, a romantic garden has been created from scratch over the past 25 years. Visitors can stroll in the walled garden, through the old oak wood, and past the gorge and waterfall. There is a beautiful meadow with irises and the collection of unusual trees down to Loch Fyne.
Strachur House Flower & Woodland Gardens Strachur PA27 8BX (Sir Charles and Lady Maclean): The flower garden is sheltered by magnificent beeches, limes, ancient yews and Japanese maples. There are herbaceous borders, a burnside rhododendron and azalea walk, rockery, tulips and spring bulbs. Enjoy the old woodland of Strachur Park, laid out 1782, and the wildlife rich lochan.

Directions: Ardno: situated at the top end of Loch Fyne between Cairndow and St Catherines, off the A815. Strachur House: turn off A815 at Strachur House Farm entrance. Park in farm square. Bus Dunoon - Inveraray. From Edinburgh/Glasgow take Ferry from Gourock to Dunoon.

Openings:
Saturday/Sunday, 25/26 May, 1pm - 5pm (2019)
Admission £7.50, children free.
· Fiddlefolk 30% & British Red Cross 30%.

Other details: Or £4 for individual garden.

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