Brodick Castle and Gardens, Isle of Arran
Nestling in the shadow of the impressive Goatfell mountain, Brodick Castle boasts a particular fine example of a woodland garden.
Begun in 1923 by Lady Mary Louise, 6th Duchess of Montrose and influenced by W A Nesfield, the Brodick Castle garden holds three national collections of rhododendron that flower in almost every month of the year whilst the walled garden has been restored as a Victorian Garden.
A little further afield you will discover way-marked trails, waterfalls, wildlife ponds, a nature room and a wildlife garden.
2018- NTS - Brodick Castle Gardens, Country Park: all year, daily 9.30-sunset.
Castle and Reception Centre, Shop and Walled Garden: see website.
Free entrance for National Trust members - see our offer.
Disabled access to gardens, partial disabled access to castle.
- Street: Brodick Castle
- Postcode: KA27 8HY
- City: Isle of Arran
- County: Ayrshire
- Telephone: 01770 302202
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