A Tourist Attractions in Kintyre
The garden extends to approximately 50 acres of natural woodlands and contains a large walled garden, pond area and many rare and interesting plants and trees growing in our frost-free climate, as well as rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias.
Gigha is a friendly island and you can explore the beautiful sandy bays and see the pleasures of the wild flowers and birds.
Plant sales. Refreshments available in season in the garden and available year-round in our hotel. Tours by request. Entrance payable in honesty box.
Open: All year round dawn until dusk
Getting there: Ferry from Tayinloan, Kintyre to Gigha. Sign posted 1.5 miles from ferry terminal
Facilities available: Wheelchair access in part/with assistance, Toilets, Guided tours by prior arrangement, Dogs welcome
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The Private House Stay's Guide
The Kintyre Pennisula is often overlooked as a destination in Scotland now that Campbeltown is not the centre of export of whisky to America as it once was and also since the closing down of the ferry to Ireland, but there is a wild charm to the area that comes from the all pervasive proximity to the sea. The Atlantic side has great surfing beaches whereas the more sheltered East coast has the views over Arran and the 89 mile Kintyre Way coastal path that is much valued by the walking community. If a golfer do not miss the chance to play the magnificent golf course at Machrihanish.