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Attadale Gardens

Strathcarron, Highland, IV54 8YX

Attadale Gardens

Strathcarron, Highland, IV54 8YX

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Attadale House was built in 1755 by Donald Matheson. Gardens and woodlands were started in 1890 by Baron Schroder and planted with rhododendrons, azaleas and specimen trees. Since the storms of the 1980s, owners Ewen and Nicky Macpherson have planted more than 2000 trees and shrubs. Old paths have been revealed, bridges built and water gardens planted with candelabra primulas, gunnera, iris and bamboo. Restored sunken garden, vegetable and herb gardens, Japanese garden. Tree list. Sculpture. Geodesic dome with fine fern collection. Visitors are advised to wear waterproof shoes. The garden has been given 4 Stars by the tourist board. Plant sales-particularly ferns. Tea in the house can be arranged.

Attadale Gardens also has a Self Catering:

Attadale Holiday Cottages (Self Catering Section)

Information on Attadale Gardens , Strathcarron

Opening Times: 1st April until the 31st October 2017, Mon-Sat, 10:00-17:30.
Admission: Adult £8.00, Child £1.00, OAP £6.00, Disabled & Helper Free.
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (Dogs on Leads)
Location: On the south shore of Loch Carron, two miles south of Strathcarron on the A890.
Facilities: Coaches Welcome, Guided Tours, Parking Availability, Parking available down drive by main house, Limited Disabled Access, Plants for Sale, Tea Room
Garden Acreage: 20
Parkland / Woodland Acreage: 30000

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Review of Attadale Gardens

Posted on by Lee BCustomer visited Jul 2012

These gardens are delightfully set and fold into the natural landscape which is itself just as beautiful.

There is real variety in the types of garden using a plethora of both local species and exotic species from around the world. The natural water features and the large relatively new sundial are all wonderful.

I especially liked the clever use of sculpture within the gardens with some pieces being specially commissioned.

The self service tea room, help yourself on trust (which I really like), is very pleasant and comfortable and affords the opportunity to relax in between the comfortable walks.

Lee Bartlett, London UK

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