Ferrybank in south of Ireland boast of the Abbey Road Garden spread over three-quarter acres. The cottage style garden is positioned on the site of mediaeval Abbey of Killculliheen. Established around 15 years ago on the land that was once a part of Abbey farm, the garden is a popular tourist attraction in Republic of Ireland.
The rich soil of the garden boosts the growth of alpine and herbaceous plants that can be found budding in entire garden. Beauty of the garden is enhanced by the screed beds and water features. The small woodland area in the garden along with the enclosed yard, make this place a must visit for tourists.
Facilities: Toilets, partly wheelchair accessible, rare plants for sale Opening Times: 4th-20th to June, Daily from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm Admission Charges: Adults – €5, including refreshments
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