Inverewe Garden has a wonderful array of foreign plants which are well suited to the Gulf Stream.
Inverewe Garden on the West Coast of Scotland is one you will want to visit many times. Set in beautiful scenery it is a real gem run by the National trust for Scotland.
History of Inverewe Garden
The garden was created from in 1862 by Osgood Mackenzie in a windy setting. To counter this a large number of trees were planted and soil imported to enable a wider range of plants to grow.
What to see at Inverewe?
- Rhododendrons from the Himalayas, eucalypts from Tasmania, Oleria from New Zealand and other plants from Chile and South Africa.
- Plenty of paths give you many surprises and it is easy to get lost but do not worry just take in the plants and take your time and see some great views.
- There is a large walled terraced garden which starts to look good from June onwards with vegetable, some lovely climbing roses, annuals and herbaceous plants.
- The Garden set in 50 acres on the west coast of Scotland is worth visiting in all the seasons. It is around 2 hours drive from Inverness.
A real Scottish gem and one of our top ten choices. See our guide for more than 550 gardens throughout the British Isles
When is the best time to visit Inverewe Garden?
May and June are the best 2 months to visit the garden, but full of interest all year.
Is Inverewe dog friendly?
Regret no dogs allowed.
Are there places to stay nearby?
We list hotels, guest houses and cottages nearby - see below.
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- Telephone: 01445 781200
- Street: Inverewe Garden
- Postcode: IV22 2LG
- City: Poolewe
- County: Ross-shire
- Country: United Kingdom
HOTELS AND PLACES TO STAY NEAR TO GARDEN
If you want to find places to stay near Inverewe Garden, why not stay in one of our recommended hotels. Each hotel has genuine guest reviews enabling you to book from anywhere in the world in total confidence. Look now for Inverewe Hotels - click here.