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Ascog Hall Fernery and Gardens
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Ascog Hall Fernery and Gardens

The most outstanding feature of this three acre garden is the Victorian Fernery, a beautiful sunken structure fed by natural spring waters and housing many fern species, including a 1,000 year old Todea Barbara or King Fern - the only survivor from the original collection.

Unusual and exotic perennials, shrubs and trees - from the blue Meconopsis varieties to the fiery red Chilean Fire Tree and the purple display of the Northern Marsh orchid - await the observant visitor in this sheltered garden while all visitors will enjoy the display of seasonal colours in the various garden rooms. An additional garden feature is the now accessible stables and coach house ruins, providing a reminder of long lost times.

Parking for restricted mobility citizens at top of drive (close to house) and personal assistance, as required, to the Fernery. Guide dogs permitted. Tea and biscuits - weather permitting. Guest toilet facilities. All garden proceeds are used for the upkeep of the Fernery.
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Contact Information
Opening Dates:
3rd April - 15th October
Opening Times:
10.00 - 5.00 pm
Contact: Michael and Karin Burke
Tel: 01700 503461
Address: Ascog Hall, Isle of Bute PA20 9EU
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