This 18th century Georgian House is surrounded by a two acre garden where fine mature beech trees survive from the original planting. “In 1990 I started to replant and have continued to develop and add to the design over the years”. The spacious lawns surround a large mixed border and rockery with a more formal planting on a stone terrace. There are various interesting, exotic plants and trees throughout, with woodland stretching down to the sea. This is another garden that is constantly being added to, with each new element being closely considered, leaving a great sense of balance and proportion.
Contact: Joan Evans
Tel: 074 9737071
Open: 1st May to 31st August by appointment
Admission: €5 donation to charity and garden maintenance
Directions: On the Wild Atlantic Way 18km west of Donegal Town on the N56. Bruckless House sign is beside Bruckless Village sign.