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Ardmaddy Castle Gardens

Oban, Argyll & Bute, PA34 4QY

Ardmaddy Castle Gardens

Oban, Argyll & Bute, PA34 4QY

Ardmaddy Castle gardens, in a most spectacular setting, are shielded to the north by mature woodlands, carpeted with bluebells and daffodils and protected from the Atlantic winds by the elevated Castle. The Walled Garden is full of magnificent rhododendrons, some huge, an increasing collection of rare and unusual shrubs and plants, the 'Clock Garden' with its cutting flowers, fruit and vegetables grown with labour saving formality, all within dwarf box hedging. Beyond, a woodland walk, with its amazing hydrangea climbing to 60 feet, leads to the water gardens - in early summer a riot of candelabra primulas, irises, rodgersias and other damp loving plants and grasses. Lovely autumn colour. A garden for all seasons.

Shrubs, herbaceous plants, vegetables and summer fruits in season for sale

Toilet suitable for disabled.

Six self-catering cottages, details can be found at www.ardmaddy.com

Ardmaddy Castle Gardens also has a Self Catering:

Caddleton Farmhouse (Self Catering Section)

Information on Ardmaddy Castle Gardens , Oban

Opening Times: Dawn til dusk all year round.
Admission: £4 adults, Children free
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome (All ages)
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (Must be on a lead)
Location: Once you get to Oban, you need to take the A816 south toward Lochgilphead and Campbeltown. About eight miles out of town there is a right turn on to the B844 for Easdale, Seil and Luing. Follow this road for about 5 miles. The road then takes a sharp right over a little bridge, but the Ardmaddy road goes straight on – there is a yellow sign that says “Garden Open” – take this smaller road. After about a mile, the road takes a sharp right bend through the Estate gates. Keep following the road down the hill – at the bottom of the hill there is a right turn towards the Castle. Take this and then follow the road round the base of the castle until you come to the car park.
Facilities: Coaches - please contact minette@ardmaddy.com, Disabled Access - the main walled garden is on level ground and wheelchair accessible, Guided Tours - please contact minette@ardmaddy.com, Other - Disabled toilet on site, Small car park
Garden Acreage: 2
Parkland / Woodland Acreage: 10

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Review of Ardmaddy Castle Gardens

Posted on by Robin HCustomer visited Mar 2015

Visited Ardmaddy Castle Garden this week on a rather dull and damp day, we discovered a beautiful walled garden full of magnificent flowers in bloom and a very well stocked large vegetable patch. There is also a lovely tranquil water garden and woodland walk. Our day was truly brightened and we will definitely visit again.


Review of Ardmaddy Castle Gardens

Posted on by Helen HCustomer visited Jul 2016

Visited Ardmaddy Castle Garden this week on a rather dull and damp day, we discovered a beautiful walled garden full of magnificent flowers in bloom and a very well stocked large vegetable patch. There is also a lovely tranquil water garden and woodland walk. Our day was truly brightened and we will definitely visit again.

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