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Dublin Gardens - Rathmichael Lodge

Rathmichael Lodge, a charming rambling house, situated between the mountains and the sea, has an enchanting 2.5ha old-world garden. It reflects the characters of Corinne and Richard Hewat and exudes atmosphere, fragrance and colour due, in part, to the over one hundred roses that grow there. 

Old roses and modern hybrids, climbers and shrubs – they revel in the benign climate of this garden and they proliferate on walls, through apple trees, around an ancient orchard and mingle in abundant borders with other rare and interesting plants. A particularly inspiring sight is Rosa ’Parade’ growing on the back wall of the ochre- coloured house.

Paths lead through the colourful borders to a vegetable garden, tennis court and up a hazel walk to a pavilion in a tranquil meadow, guarded by an ever-present resident fox!

      

Ballybride Road, Shankill, Co. Dublin.
Tel: +353 1 282 2203
Fax: +353 1 282 2257
E-mail: rhewat@esatclear.ie

Situated:
GPS: N53-14001 W006-08 el 49m
Southbound: Leave M50 at Junction 16 and follow signs to N11, Wexford. Join N11 and take Shankill exit from Loughlinstown Hospital roundabout. First right (Stonebridge Road). Left at 1st roundabout (to Rathmichael). Left at next roundabout (Ballybride Road). 4th entrance on right (white gate & railings).
Northbound: Leave M11 at sign for Rathmichael. Left at T junction ( Old Conna Ave.) to Ferndale Rd. At Rathmichael Church, right at roundabout (Ballybride Rd.)

Open:
May-July, by appointment only

Admission:
€5.00

Facilities:
Tea/coffee and biscuits available by arrangement (€3.00 per person)

Best time to Visit:
May to mid July

Contact:
Corinne & Richard Hewat

Source: Dublin Garden Group - Dublin Gardens - Rathmichael Lodge