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Tea Tent - Achamore Gardens

 

Achamore Tea Tent

In the summer of 2006, this tea-tent was set up within the South Walled Garden to provide a cup of tea and some home-baking. The money raised went toward the restoration project of 2005-2008.

We erected the tent for the 2007 season at the visitor reception and again it proved successful. Health and Safety has prevented us from continuing but we are looking at various ways in which we can find resourses and funding to provide a cafe and sell Achamore Garden and Gigha merchandise as well.

For the future visitor may we suggest visiting The Isle of Gigha Hotel who provide teas, coffee, bar snacks ad main meals. During the summer months the Boat House Cafe will be open and The Isle of Gigha Post Office and Stores provide an array of goodies to.

You are more than welcome to bring along a picnic and find a secluded part of the garden in which you can enjoy your food.

(Updated by Micky Little May 2011)



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