A five acre contemporary garden set in native woodland along the Dromoughty river and waterfall. It includes Piet Oudolf inspired drifts of grasses and perennials, natural bog, wildlife ponds and orchard. Also areas of woodland garden displaying collections of trees and shrubs.

Spring bulbs and sculptures add another dimension to the garden which blends seamlessly into the wild countryside of the Beara peninsula.

Opening Times – May to September

Appointment by e-mail only

charlotteverbeek@me.com (directions will be provided by e-mail)

Vehicle access limited to cars and small coaches due to narrow bridge


Groups of 6 people or more

€8 donation to charity (Sorry no children or dogs)

Free entry to RHSI members on presentation of current membership cards (individual members welcome)