Ardwell Gardens surround an 18th Century Country Estate House which is not open to the public, with the formal layout of the house blending into the informality of the wood and shrubberies.
The gardens boast a large variety of azaleas, camellias and rhododendrons.
The walled garden grows a large variety of summer bedding plants and produce, including potatoes, tomatoes, strawberries and raspberries, all available for purchase.
A walk around the largest pond (approximately half an hour) gives fine views over Luce Bay. Ardwell Gardens are naturally unspoilt and provide visitors with an idyllic location for a gentle walk.