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a pleasant garden to walk round, with impressive views. lots of flowers, great views of loch, bring camera,
interesting house , well organised shop.
dislike; the September midges - be aware ,,,,,,,,, never experienced before!
Large gardens with plants to suit every taste. Took our time wandering all the paths and exploring every nook and cranny Inverewe has to offer. Some paths were a little steep but accessible to those of moderate fitness. Wheelchairs and prams/pushchairs wound struggle in some...More
Don't hurry for there is much to see. Many delights meandering through the woods surprised by insect eating plants, vistas overlooking the loch, unusual trees, and the impressive walled garden. Not for those with mobility problems though energetic children can be entertained. Up to the...More
Great place to stop for a few hours - there is a lot of garden & great views. Gift shop prices were steep but meeting the robins on the lawn near the halfway cafe was brilliant - they came so close, make sure your camera...More
Beautiful gardens plants from all over the world, right on the beach, weather was lovely so we were able to roam around for a while and investigate the house too. It looked as if they had just popped out for shopping , their lives were...More
What a lovely experience. The gardens are amazing, with a huge collection in a stunning location. For us though the real highlight was the 2 hour boat trip that you can take from the jetty in the gardens. Buy the tickets at the reception at...More
The Inverewe Gardens beautifully laid out and kept up. They have some of the largest succulents that I’ve ever seen. The manor house is stately and is perfectly at home in the gardens. The entry building, with gift shop, is new and uninspired. The Cafe...More
The gardens are a credit to National Trust Scotland. The walled garden was a real treat with cabbages next to flowers and apples trees with so much fruit they looked like grapes. They have free guided tours at 1.30 which we unfortunately were not able...More
Run by the Scottish National Trust, these gardens are absolutely splendid. There is a huge collection of flowers, trees and shrubs from around the world and beautifully laid out paths from which to view them.
Add the fabulous Lochside location and the splendid house, and...More
some parts accessible, but about half of it not - and some will be okay if you have a powerful off-road scooter, but not with one designed for city pavements - lots of uneven tree roots across some of the paths.