Although May and June are usually the best months with the most colour and variety, there is always something in season: from witch hazel and snowdrops to the autumn colours and winter-flowering cherry. The house and garden have existed for several centuries. There are many rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias, large areas of snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells and beautiful walks through young and mature broadleaf woodland with outstanding views over Lough Swilly and Inishowen.
Contact: Paddy Perry
Tel: 087 7574823
Open: May to September (10am-6pm). However, visitors welcome at any time of year. Please phone or e.mail ahead from October to April.
Admission: €5 donation to the Donegal Hospice.
Directions: Coming from Kerrykeel towards Portsalon on R246, turn right on to R268 at crossroads 2 Km before Portsalon, signposted Rathmullan/Ramelton. After 300m fork left down lane with ‘no through road’ sign at top. Drive on down to the house.