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Braevallich Farm

by Dalmally PA33 1BU
Mr Philip Bowden-Smith
T:01866 844246 philip@brae.co.uk
Discover two gardens, one at the farm and the upper garden 120 feet above the house. The former is approximately one-and-a-half acres and developed over the last 40 years. Its principal features include dwarf rhododendron, azaleas (evergreen and deciduous), large drifts of various primula and meconopsis and bluebells, and mixed herbaceous perennials/shrubs; there is also quite a serious kitchen garden. The second garden has been developed over the last 30 years out of a birch and sessile oak wood and is a traditional West Coast glen garden intersected by two pretty burns with waterfalls. The garden has been extended over the last few years and now covers nearly ten acres with extensive new paths, and a suspension bridge over the ravine. Whilst the plants are important, many say that it is the topography with its differing vistas which make this garden such a peaceful and special place.

Directions: South east of Loch Awe on the B840, 15 miles from Cladich, seven miles from Ford.

Openings:
By arrangement 1 January - 31 December (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Mary's Meals 60%.
Sunday 24 May, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Mary's Meals 60%.
The listing location on a map.