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This historic garden makes a very interesting visit. The views from the lawn over the loch are stunning. The garden has several different areas and then you can explore the remains of the old priory. There is an honesty box for your entrance fee.
We personally enjoyed Ardchattan Priory more than Dunollie Castle, as far as MacDougall sites go (though to be fair, Dunollie was undergoing conservation work when we visited, so the castle itself was not open). Ardchattan has more medieval history and artifacts, like the MacDougall Cross...More
If you are not a lover of ruins, don't expect a great experience. The "gardens" are virtually just, well, grounds of a house under construction.
Considering you are asked to pay four pounds (gratuity box at the entrance) to see this, just as much as...More
This historic priory house is a private home but there is a pleasant garden open to the public and enough of the old priory left, behind and at the side of the house, to make it worth a short visit. When we were there, there...More
A wonderful, quiet place at the end of a winding road, this one one of our highlights on our short trip to Argyll.
A private home, Ardchattan Priory House has a lovely, tranquil garden which visitors are welcome to wander around during the summer months....More
This is a peaceful and evocative historic place made even more magical by the picturesque backdrop of Ben Cruachan and Loch Etive. It is perhaps surprising that so little has been done to guide visitors around the site. Historic Scotland could do so much more...More
What a magical place this is, we were the only visitors at the time when we visited, met a young man with his little girl who lives at the Priory, he was very nice and freindly we loved this place the grounds are beautiful too...More