Wells House Gardens
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Ballyedmond, Gorey, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
Wells House Gardens are waiting to be explored, located in the heart of Wexford. Discover hidden treasures in a verdant landscape of mature plants and trees. Relax in the Victorian Terrace Gardens, or stroll The Lady Frances Woodland Walk.
This great Victorian House Gardens are waiting to be explored, they are located in the heart of Wexford. Wells House gardens has something special for all generations to enjoy and share. Come to the Victorian Terrace Gardens and relax in the beautifully restored formal gardens based on the original Daniel Robertson plans of the 1830’s. Daniel Robertson was the famous architect responsible for the iconic Powerscourt House, Co. Wicklow and Johnstown Castle, Co. Wexford.
Discover hidden treasures in a verdurous landscape of mature plants and trees on the two woodland walks the Lady Frances Woodland Walk and the Mogue’s Walk. Keep an eye out for the Wishing Well, hidden treasures including the fairy doors the great climbing trees, Lady Frances’ Daffodils and perhaps even the kissing gate.
While wondering through the gardens why not visit The Craft Courtyard, the stable block of Wells House has been transformed into a retail outlet for local crafters and a new resident gardener showcasing their range of talents and skills in the stunning location.
For the children there is the Adventure Playground, Zip lines, swings, slides and climbing frames, perfect for kids from 4 to 14 and are ideally situated adjacent to the picnic area.
Wells House Archery let the resident Archer show you how to shoot a bow at the only 3D course in Ireland. Allow 2 hours for this spectacular woodland course.
The Little Kitchen at Mrs Stones Pantry, now for that special treat, come and enjoy morning coffees, or a light lunches or afternoon teas, and for that special treat try the signature cup cakes or irresistible fresh scones.
Come to wander and explore all this historic home has to offer and witness how the house and Arboretum, Lake and Ha Ha’s are further restored for future generations.