A uniquely warm atmosphere pervades throughout the gardens and grounds of Ballyvolane, created largely by the mixture of mature deciduous trees, formal, semi-formal, walled and woodland gardens, not to mention the wide variety of wildlife that thrive therein.
The gardens were originally laid out when the house was built in the early 18th century by the Pyne Family. The gardens are open to the public during the summer and in early June the bluebell-carpeted woodlands are at their most spectacular.
Visit www.ballyvolanehouse.ie for further details.
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