Ardencraig Gardens

Bute | Rothesay | Garden | ★★★

[Ardencraig Gardens]

Set apart from the rest of Rothesay's numerous attractions, Ardencraig Gardens is a (very) small but beautiful walled garden owned by the local council. The pair of flowerbeds are a riot of colour in summer, with views over the Firth of Clyde from the upper end, and there's also a little aviary. If the weather's good and you've time to spare, we recommend walking here from Rothesay town centre; pleasant paths wind through Bogany Wood from the top of the Serpentine Road: about a mile each way with 100 metres of ascent from the sea front.

[Ardencraig Gardens]

Location & info

📌 Ardencraig Gardens ★★★
Ardencraig Lane, Montford, 1 mi east of Rothesay town centre, Bute, G.R.: NS 106647 ///symphony.explains.indulges
Open daily, May to September | Free



[Aviary]

[Ardencraig Gardens]

[Aviary]

[Ardencraig Gardens]

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