The Victorian Druimneil House in Port Appin in Argyll features a beautiful large garden which overlooks Loch Linnhe.
This attractive large garden includes a number of tree varieties including beech, fir, oak and two unusual weeping elms, which are thought to be of significant age.
Several woodland shrubs and rhododendrons add a splash of colour to the garden. Near the house an impressive bank of deciduous azaleas are underplanted with a block of camassia and a range of other bulbs.
A small Victorian walled garden is currently being restored and there are several small ponds throughout the garden.