Want to get out in the freshest air possible? These two "woods" are very different in character. Leechpool is a mixed woodland of ancient origin, whilst Owlbeech is restored heathland. It’s a great place for a walk or cycle ride and was named one of the best travel discoveries of 2017 by the Guardian.
Nature watchers are also in for a treat, the area supports a rare selection of flora and fauna such as Nightjars and Brilliant Emerald Dragonflies. At the right times of year, you can also see the Hebridean sheep, cattle and llamas that carry out the management grazing on the site.