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We stopped off here after visiting Dunmore Caves. It's good for a short walk and grabbing a few photos but there's not a lot to keep you there for long. Nevertheless, it's worth taking an hour or so to visit. There are information signs throughout...More
Heywood is a little off the beaten track but well worth the detour. The demesne is a lovely place for a quiet walk and the garden designed by Lutyens is an absolute gem, even when the flowers are past their best. From the terraces there...More
we visited on a cold day in January. Despite the weather it was still a pleasure to explore with lots of interesting gardens writhing and lovely photographic spots. Plenty of parking, decent toilets. Those with limited mobility have the option of driving to the top...More
Our expectations were not high, but the reviews were good and it stayed open in the evening, so we 'popped by'. To avoid company we opted to go to Claude's seat first and had forgotten that this part of the walk was supposed to be...More
It was a cold day in November when we visited so no flowers but it was still a nice spot for a Sunday walk. It is nice to see works are being done to improve the site as it is a very interesting place.
Lovely gardens just past Ballinakill on the Abbeyleix road. Parking ok and toilets were open. Pity there's no coffee shop but it's not far to Abbeyleix anyway. Beautiful gardens and totally unexpected as it's in the middle of nowhere. Really well maintained and a nice...More
On pleasant summer's day, we walked through Heywood Gardens. It had been a long time since I had last visited but my husband and children had not been before.
My husband and I both commented that it reminded us of the gardens on Garinish island...More