About the garden
National Trust for Scotland
Discover magnificent Inverewe, the National Trust for Scotland’s most northerly heritage garden. Explore a calendar of colour and scents at the world-class garden lying on the shores of Loch Ewe in the North West Highlands.
Bathed by the warmth of the North Atlantic drift Inverewe is a landscape of amazing plant diversity created more than 150 years ago. Don’t miss the specially commissioned willow sculptures recognising the centenary of the end of World War One. We’ve redesigned the visitor route around Inverewe, creating a single one-way route with shortcuts at noted points to allow for return back to the main entrance.
Spot Scotland’s ‘Big Five’ – red squirrels, red deer, otters, seals and golden eagles and you may even see a sea eagle too! Enjoy an amazing marine wildlife boat trip along the Inverewe Garden Estate peninsula taking in the stunning views of the Loch Ewe coastline. Look out for Inverewe’s huge California redwoods that tower into the sky.
Our boutique shop displays many bespoke gifts while tasty food is available at Osgoods Café – serving breakfasts from 9am (open Wed-Sun) and from our Bothy Café (open Mon/Tue) in the centre of the garden.