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Lip na Cloiche Garden and Nursery

Lip na Cloiche | Ulva Ferry, PA73 6LU, Scotland
+44 1688 500257
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A week on the wonderful island of Mull

My fourth visit to Mull and my second stay with Lucy, yes she does B and B as well, in her... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Willbryn
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Blackburn, United Kingdom
mmmmm

Quirky garden, with lots of interesting plants and arty features. Interesting to look round but the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ee1m
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Cumbria, United Kingdom
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Lip na Cloiche is a small, densely-planted garden on the Isle of Mull, open to the public. Lip na Cloiche garden is situated close to the shoreline of the Isle of Mull, and has stunning views of Loch Tuath and the Isle of Ulva. It is well worth seeing, especially if you are interested in finding out which plants are likely to thrive in the mild local climate. A wide range of such plants is available for sale throughout the year, as well as fresh eggs and many craft items made from locally "found" materials.There is no admission charge.
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Lip na Cloiche | Ulva Ferry, PA73 6LU, Scotland
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Reviewed yesterday

My fourth visit to Mull and my second stay with Lucy, yes she does B and B as well, in her beautiful cottage and amazing garden. It is well out in the sticks and about 30 mins drive on a single track ( with adequate...More

Thank Willbryn
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Quirky garden, with lots of interesting plants and arty features. Interesting to look round but the big disappointment was our lack of ability to communicate with the owner. The big benefit of little gardens like this is to discuss the plants, and the challenges with...More

Thank ee1m
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Reviewed 27 November 2017

We were staying in the B&B at the property so able to have several visits into the garden. The lady owner has done a wonderful job developing the garden. We could even look out at part of it from our bedroom window. The owner is...More

Thank Cecil H
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Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

And that was just the drive there!!! With Mull being a relatively small island this wonderful oasis on the left side of the island (depending on which way you are facing of course) is quite easily found through the ups downs of the one track...More

Thank Alicatay
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Reviewed 30 September 2017

My husband and I have just returned from a 4 nights stay on the Island of Mull. We had read a leaflet about Lip na Cloiche, so decided to pay it a visit. We had to travel along a few country roads to get there,...More

Thank Susan W
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

If we hadn't spotted a flyer for this garden and gone searching for it we might well have driven straight past. An unassuming sign, and a relatively small frontage with room for a couple of cars belies the treasures beyond. Somehow this almost vertical garden...More

Thank ClareLlewellyn
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Reviewed 23 July 2017

I won't say its the best garden I've ever seen, however when you consider it's private and the lovely lady running the show has done it all by herself and has the creative genius to put it together in a way that really showcases the...More

Thank RC30319
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Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

As others have said a lovely garden ran by a rather eccentric woman. I think she has her charms. We went a few years ago and got a good chastising for leaving the gate open (which I actually still don't think we did) we were...More

Thank Wizwilson
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Reviewed 28 June 2017

What a wonderful garden! And what a lovely welcome from the owner. This was our second visit and almost offensively brief, having totally miscalculated our timings. Nevertheless it was even more wonderful than we remembered, with intriguing plants and brilliant planting combinations, enhanced by the...More

Thank didosdad
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Reviewed 22 June 2017

This must be the most interesting garden that we have ever visited. They have used every bit of land in the most impressive way and show exactly what wonderful flowers will flourish on Mull. You can buy samples of your favourite plant at very reasonable...More

Thank Robin L
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