ASCOG HALL GARDENS & VICTORIAN FERNERY

Sunken Victorian fernery, gardens and plant hunter trail

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Ascog Hall Gardens & Victorian Fernery accepts dogs

Introduction

Sunken Victorian fernery, gardens and plant hunter trail

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Partially Accessible

Ascog Hall Gardens & Victorian Fernery is partially wheelchair accessible. Before visiting you may wish to contact them for clarification if this is a concern.

Location of Ascog Hall Gardens & Victorian Fernery

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Parking

Ascog Hall Gardens & Victorian Fernery has a car park for the use of customers.

Public Transport

Ascog Hall Gardens & Victorian Fernery is on the West Coast Motors 490/90 bus route - note this becomes 493 in winter.

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Recommendations for Ascog Hall Gardens & Victorian Fernery

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Lovely experience

What an unusual but lovely place! While away a summer afternoon wandering around this compact but fascinating Victorian fernery just outside Rothesay on the road to Mount Stuart. We've never seen a garden quite like it. Lovely.

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