Lilias’s Garden Rudha Mor
Our 1.6 km circular garden walk on the Rudha Mor peninsula will take you through a variety of landscapes including a woodland walk, wild flower meadows, a species Rhododendron garden, an arboretum, the mossy glade, a wild heather avenue and along the way you will see many ponds and have stunning views over Loch Carron, Loch Kishorn, the Applecross mountains and the Isle of Skye. This garden was begun by the owners grandparents and it is now 2 years into a 200 year plan being developed by the family. Due to this please make sure you wear appropriate footwear as the paths are undergoing resurfacing and can be boggy in places. The admission is free but we do suggest a donation of £2 per person to help us to maintain the paths and develop the garden.
How to find us
Drive, walk from the train station or ride into the village of Plockton. Please park at the carpark down in the village as we do not have parking. Walk along the roadside keeping the water on your right until the road begins to turn right up the hill, instead head straight over the cattle grid staying on the left of the drive as you walk up, take the first gate on your right and your at the start of the walk, Enjoy.
- Walking through 4 distinct habitats
- Stunning views from several viewpoints
- Flowering species rhododendron garden
All groups must contact us by email or phone ahead of their visit.
- Woodland Gardens
- Water Gardens
- Tree Collection/Champion Trees
- Daffodil Displays
- Bluebell Displays
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