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Ballyrobert Cottage Garden and Nursery

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Amazing Colours, inspirational planting.

We were on the Antrim Garden trail and this garden was the highlight. Borders and beds packed with... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2017
CarolEWise
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Ireland
Nice for some inspiration!

Although it was raining, we had a nice visit. Gently team explained us a lot, not only for the... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2017
Kristof M
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“tea room”(3 reviews)
About
A garden for plant lovers! The garden is an RHS partner garden designed and owned by a former associate of Belfast, Edinburgh, and Writtle Botanic Gardens. Only 11 miles from Belfast.
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154 Ballyrobert Road, Ballyclare, Newtownabbey BT39 9RT, Northern Ireland
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+44 28 9344 0101
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Reviewed 17 May 2018

Hate to be negative regarding somewhere that is obviously a labour of love, but we were expecting a lot more. Firstly the positives. A very wide range of plants that you don't seem to find in your average garden centre and that was very nice...More

1  Thank Terence K
Reviewed 23 August 2017

We were on the Antrim Garden trail and this garden was the highlight. Borders and beds packed with plants and flowers. Wonderful niches and nooks, bridges across the stream. Most of the plant's had name tags and so many are on sale too. We also...More

2  Thank CarolEWise
Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

Although it was raining, we had a nice visit. Gently team explained us a lot, not only for the domains itself...

1  Thank Kristof M
Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

Out of the main stream. We were the only people there. Some rare plants and some very rare which was up my street £4.50. Each To walk around the grounds which would take some time. Thought that a bit much but the weather was great...More

2  Thank wbeckett2017
Reviewed 25 April 2017

The family have created a beautiful style garden on this 6 acre site including flower beds, fruit trees, water features and a 17th century field pattern. Plenty of plant life to purchase and a tea and coffee room for refreshments. Allow two to three hours.

2  Thank rochesterrambler
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Fabulous walk though magnificent gardens in full bloom and even better most of the plants are available to buy in the nursery. There is also have a lovely self serve tea room, super way to spend a summer afternoon.

3  Thank Bingo369
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

I never knew this place existed until the wife was looking up south african plants. We paid the entrance fee of £4.50 to see the gardens of which there are several. We spent a nice peaceful afternoon walking round the gardens looking at plants. That...More

3  Thank Minion_mark
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Came here for amore idea of plants to use in my garden for autumn/winter blooming. A lot of the plants needed deadheading which dud not give a good display with seeing all the dead flowers. Although we've had bad rainy weather I would expect the...More

1  Thank TrishK75
Reviewed 27 August 2016

Intriguing garden spread over quite a few acres. In all seriousness it would take half a day to get around and see everything. Scones and coffee very good and reasonably priced. Good selection in nursery with big plants at £10 and smaller versions at £5....More

2  Thank Marionjess
Reviewed 26 August 2016

We had a lovely visit to this beautiful, large garden just a few weeks ago. It was a sunny morning but the grass was quite wet from the previous days' rain - bear this in mind when visiting as you will be walking along a...More

1  Thank Hanbanan3
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DavidofBas
3 July 2017|
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Response from Paul_Parkinson | Property representative |
Hi there, Sorry we only allow guide dogs around the garden. Paul
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