Scotland is home to some of the UK’s most pristine wilderness and the western region of Argyll and Bute is one of the country's finest, featuring forested parks, picturesque coastline and the remote and stunning Hebridean Islands. Anyone visiting the region will find it scattered with charming towns, traditional Scottish hotels, and important historical attractions, from the ruined 13th century Cistercian Saddell Abbey near Campbeltown, to the stately Inverary Castle that stands above the waters of Loch Fyne near Inverary. By visiting Argyll and Bute you’re certain to experience the full range of Scotland’s remarkable beauty and history.
Visit Ardkinglas Woodland Garden Near Cairndow
Cairndow is a small idyllic town located on the opposite bank of Loch Fyne from the town of Inverary, and has played host to a number of important figures in British history, from Queen Victoria, to Dorothy Wordsworth. Cairndow is also home to the beautiful Ardkinglas Woodland Gardens, a fairy-tale landscape full of champion trees, beautiful flowers, and The Gruffalo Trail, which makes for a great family adventure.
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