24 miles from Shore Street, Applecross.
Warmed by the Gulf Stream, and sheltered by the hill and steep cliffs, the gardens and winding woodland paths were started by Baron Schroder with rhododendrons, azaleas and specimen trees.
More old paths have been revealed during the last two decades and the water garden has been planted with candelabra primulas, iris, giant gunnera and bamboo.
The old sunken garden, vegetable and herb gardens have been restored, and over two thousand trees and unusual shrubs have been planted.
Tel: 01520 722603