A very remarkable traditional walled garden associated with a 1742 country house. Many wonderful gardens are to be found within one large walled area (2 acres), rich collections of ericaceous plants, early 20th century terraced rose beds and a towering Redwood stands sentinel towards the centre with paths radiating from it.
Imaginative use of plants over arches, traditional fruit and vegetables laid out in terraces with ponds and an interesting collection of sundials. This is very much a practical and productive garden tended with great care and dedication.
Contact: John & Maryette Mc Farland
Tel: 074 9140120
Open: July and August (2pm-6pm) and any time by appointment
Admission: Voluntary donation to charity
Directions: Through Carrigans village on Derry road. House on left, just outside village. Large stones outside gate.