Leathad Ard

This one-acre garden evolved into a series of interconnected and different spaces.

Event-Leathad Ard-Open Garden

01 May 2019 to 30 Sep 2019

Isle of Lewis

Entrance fee:
£4.00 per adult, children go free
Date:
May - September, Monday to Saturday, closed on Sunday
Time:
10.00 am - 2.00 pm
Garden owner:
Stuart and Rowena Oakley

For all enquiries, please get in touch with Alison Munro-White by email at AMunroWhite@redcross.org.uk or by phone on 01463 796619

A plantaholic’s garden, it bursts with exuberance and colour with many uncommon plants (at least for Lewis). Following the paths gives a new view and experience around every corner.

Using raised beds and shelter, the owners have made bog gardens, dry beds, shady and exposed conditions and also grow fruit and vegetables, including those grown to show standards.

Leathad Ard means 'steep hill' in Gaelic and, although not mountain steep, this may restrict access for those with walking difficulties.

Please note that this garden is open from May to September, Monday to Saturday, but closed Sundays.

Address:
Leathad Ard
Upper Carloway
Isle of Lewis HS2 9AQ

Directions:
Drive south from Shawbost to Carloway, turn right just after the football pitch, first house on the right.

Facilities:

  • Plant stall
  • Car parking
  • Dogs on leads