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Our Gardens County Meath

Bee Wise (Open by Appointment)

Bee Wise Nature Conserve A five acre nature trail comprising of a variety of young woodland, flowering/fruiting hedgerows and wildflower areas planted to encourage a diversity of

Herbert’s Garden (Open by Appointment)

James McConnell’s garden extends from around an early 19th century Meath vernacular-style house and is beautifully integrated into his working farm; 35 years in the making, it

Kilgar Gardens

Kilgar Garden covers an area of three acres, comprising of formal and informal garden rooms, graduating to amore naturalistic style of planting towards the outer edges. Clipped box

The Cottages (Open by Appointment)

The Cottages are a dreamy hamlet of 300 year old thatched cottages, set in large organic flower gardens, by the seaside. Contact: Liz and Roger Pickett info@thecottages-ireland.com

The Station House Hotel

The Station House Hotel, Kilmessan, is the Boyne Valley and County Meath’s top country house hotel. Sitting in it’s own beautifully landscaped gardens, in the heart of

Julianstown Village Garden

Julianstown Award Winning Village Garden was once a derelict three acre site, now transformed into a beautiful garden. Extensive landscaping has created many interesting features,

Rosemount (Open by Appointment)

Once upon the time, Rosemount was a commercial orchard, sloping down to the treacherous river Nanny. Today, it is an attempt to present an enchanted riverscape in a flood plain on

College Hill House (Open by Appointment)

Set in three acres of superb landscaped gardens, this 1795 home was once the parochial house for the parish of Rathkenny. Now owned by the O’Grady Blake family, College Hill

Tankardstown House (Open by Appointment)

Set on an 80 acre estate, Tankardstown is a classic Georgian manor house owned by Brian and Patricia Conroy. Its luxurious interiors, elegant orangery and chic courtyard suites,
  • Ledwidge Museum Slane Meath

Francis Ledwidge Museum

The Francis Ledwidge Museum in Slane is the cottage birthplace of WWI poet-soldier, Francis Ledwidge. Sometimes known as ‘poet of blackbird’, Ledwidge’s rural poetry was
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