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Kilgar Gardens

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Eileen wrote a review Aug 2019
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The three acres of garden at Kilgar, surprise and delight with their sheer perfection. Paula excels in the colour harmony of her planting, pale yellow roses and blue agapanthus together, or a hot chocolate rose with oat grass combination, combined with buxus beds and mop head standard trees. Even the apple trees have the red rosiest apples to be seen. There’s plenty of private seating areas throughout the garden to relax and have a tête-à-tête. A really fabulous lemon cake and big pot of coffee in the tea room complete the perfect garden visit
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Catherine M wrote a review Mar 2019
County Kildare, Ireland4 contributions1 helpful vote
i have visited Kilgar gardens on several occasions and it is magical! pictures dont do it justice as they cant capture the tranquil & nostalgic atmosphere!! Paula is a very generous host but too modest for her own good. the tea room has georgous treats and i am looking forward to seeing her new ventures this year🌹🏵🌸🌻🌼🌺
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Date of experience: July 2018
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330SandraM wrote a review Jul 2017
London, United Kingdom79 contributions51 helpful votes
I had the great luck to visit this exquisite garden while on a tour in Ireland. Kilgar Gardens are a labour of love as can be seen from the beautiful planting that has been done by Paula Byrne. Her imaginative design will work through all seasons, giving each flower bed and 'room' something of interest to please everyone. Though set out on formal lines in some parts, others are arranged in 'rooms' and intimate arbours. There is also a long stretch of a more informal nature which is enchanting, with garden sheds interspersed in a delightful fashion. All this plus an inviting seating area, with excellent coffee/tea and cakes and scones makes for a perfect outing
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Date of experience: July 2017
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