Sunken Victorian fernery, gardens and plant hunter trail
Ascog Hall Gardens & Victorian Fernery is partially wheelchair accessible. Before visiting you may wish to contact them for clarification if this is a concern.
Ascog Hall Gardens & Victorian Fernery has a car park for the use of customers.
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.
Independently run natural and historical museum of Bute
Tranquil and inspiring studio for the teaching of art classes for adults
Bird hide overlooking large sandy bay and adjacent farmland
Ruined castle overlooking Kilchattan Bay
Ruins of a chambered Neolithic cairn
Bird hide overlooking freshwater loch with extensive reed beds
Bird hide overlooking freshwater loch, woodlands and farm land
Psychological Astrologer, I Ching and Reiki practitioner
Part-ruined moated castle in use until 1660 set in the centre of town
Extensive ruins of a 12th century Romanesque church with far reaching views
At-risk gothic church in partial ruin
Ruins of a middle ages chapel
Puppeteers workshop and classroom space
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