Gash Gardens are small but beautifully designed and packed with interesting and unusual plants. Colourful herbaceous borders, a large rock garden and a well established collection of trees, shrubs, rhododendrons and deliciously perfumed old-style roses combine to present a succession of colour through all the seasons.

Open: May 1 – September 30, Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm.

Closed Sundays except by prior arrangement.

Admission Charge: €7.00 per person.

Gash Gardens are small but beautifully designed and packed with interesting and unusual plants. Colourful herbaceous borders, a large rock garden and a well established collection of trees, shrubs, rhododendrons and deliciously perfumed old-style roses combine to present a succession of colour through all the seasons.

Open: May 1 – September 30, Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm.

Closed Sundays except by prior arrangement.

Admission Charge: €7.00 per person.

The enchanting Heywood Gardens consists of 50 acres of gardens, lakes, woodland and some exciting architectural features. The formal gardens, which are the centrepiece, were designed by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is likely that renowned designer Gertrude Jekyll landscaped them.

Open: All year during daylight hours
Free Admission
Garden tours must be booked in advance

The enchanting Heywood Gardens consists of 50 acres of gardens, lakes, woodland and some exciting architectural features. The formal gardens, which are the centrepiece, were designed by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is likely that renowned designer Gertrude Jekyll landscaped them.

Open: All year during daylight hours
Free Admission
Garden tours must be booked in advance

The gardens and parklands of Emo Court House, a neo-classical house designed by James Gandon, were first laid out in the 18th century and are a glorious example of Irish formal gardens. The extensive parklands contain over 1000 different tree species, including huge sequoias, as well as shrubs from across the globe.

Open: All year during daylight hours
Free Admission
Garden tours must be booked in advance

The gardens and parklands of Emo Court House, a neo-classical house designed by James Gandon, were first laid out in the 18th century and are a glorious example of Irish formal gardens. The extensive parklands contain over 1000 different tree species, including huge sequoias, as well as shrubs from across the globe.

Open: All year during daylight hours
Free Admission
Garden tours must be booked in advance

A Country Garden on one acre with mature trees, woodland, herbaceous borders and walled garden overlooking lake. It propagates some unusual plants such as Beesia calthifolia, Jeffersonia diphylla & Diplarrhena moraea.

Opening Dates/Times: from May to September each year. By appointment only.
Admission Fees: €6 per person . Children are welcome but must be supervised at all times.
Dogs not allowed

A Country Garden on one acre with mature trees, woodland, herbaceous borders and walled garden overlooking lake. It propagates some unusual plants such as Beesia calthifolia, Jeffersonia diphylla & Diplarrhena moraea.

Opening Dates/Times: from May to September each year. By appointment only.
Admission Fees: €6 per person . Children are welcome but must be supervised at all times.
Dogs not allowed

Dunmore Country School is not a show garden, but rather a working kitchen garden dedicated to teaching. Tanguy follows traditional gardening methods and promotes biodiversity and sustainability. He also keeps bees. Innovative courses on gardening and beekeeping can be booked directly with Tanguy.

Open: March – November by appointment only

Dunmore Country School is not a show garden, but rather a working kitchen garden dedicated to teaching. Tanguy follows traditional gardening methods and promotes biodiversity and sustainability. He also keeps bees. Innovative courses on gardening and beekeeping can be booked directly with Tanguy.

Open: March – November by appointment only

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