Rhododendron at Pollok House

This morning I collected guests on arrival at Glasgow International Airport and proceeded as follows:

  • To Pollok Park to visit Iron-Age Ring Ditch.


Ring Ditch at Pollok Park

  • To Pollok House, a heritage property with Maxwell connection and well maintained gardens.


Pollok House, Glasgow

Highland Cow at Pollok House

  • To Govan Old Church to view the famous collection of 31 carved stones dating from around 9th-11th centuries.

  • To Luss, Loch Lomond. Here we visited the quaint heritage village and historic St Kessog’s Church.


Cottage at Luss

Luss Church


Luss, loch Lomond

  • To Rest and be Thankful view point en-route to Inveraray.


Rest and be Thankful

  • The 18th century town of Inveraray and Inveraray Castle, home of Chief of Clan Campbell.


Rhododendrons at Inveraray Castle


Inveraray` Castle, Scotland

  • The stunning Crarae Gardens which were vibrant with rhododendron blooms. There are 600 varieties of rhododendrons here. In the Gardens is a Neolithic burial cairn.

Crarae Gardens


Crarae Gardens, Scotland

Exploring Crarae Gardens


Neolithic Burial Cairn at Crarae Gardens

  • To Inveraray and our lodgings for the night.


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