Featuring an abundance of mass planted grasses and drifts of perennials inspired by the Dutch garden designer Piet Oudolf. It has featured in ‘The Irish Garden’ magazine, in articles by Peter Dowdall in the Irish Examiner as well as being listed in ‘The Open Gardens of Ireland’ by Shirley Lanigan.

A four acre contemporary garden close to Kenmare on the Wild Atlantic Way. Set in native woodland next to the Dromoughty River waterfall. Charlotte Verbeek, the artist gardener, has created the garden over 25 years. The naturalistic planting blends seamlessly into wild areas with extensive use of grasses and perennials.

Opening Times – April to September, appointment by e-mail charlotteverbeek@me.com – directions will be provided by e-mail.

Vehicle access limited to cars and small vans due to narrow bridge.

Entrance Fee – €8 donation to charity. Sorry no children or dogs.