(The Garrison), Millport, Isle of Cumbrae
Now used as a library and containing the Museum of the Cumbraes, council offices,
a GP surgery, a popular café and rooms for community use, as well as an indoor model
railway and at the front outside some very nice gardens.
It started out as a naval garrison post and the sunken garden was designed
in around 1908 by Robert Weir Schultz.
The grounds are often used for festivals, the country and western one
being a popular event, but also car rallies (of the vintage/classic car variety).