NOT OPENING IN 2021
Carrablagh is an outstanding example of a well established country garden dating back to the mid 19th century. Set on the eastern cliffs of the Fanad peninsula where Lough Swilly meets the North Atlantic Ocean. Surrounding woodlands protect the specimen plantings within. This most intimate, classic Irish Robinsonian garden has a magical atmosphere, sheltering its botanical treasures in a series of pockets through the woods. The delightful tiny walled garden is filled with unusual trees, shrubs and flowers. There is a venerable Maiden Hair Tree (Ginkgo) and an ancient Magnolia. Rhododendrons flowering in May are a feature.