Oakfield Park is an eighteenth century Georgian Deanery in parklands and mature woodlands overlooking Croaghan Mountain. The grounds include a walled garden and a large lake with a castle folly on the opposite shore.The garden includes willow tunnels, oak circles, boardwalks, a parterre and a classical Nymphaeum.
Four kilometre of narrow gauge railway run through the property.
Phone: 074 917 3068
The gardens are open 12noon to 6pm Wednesday to Sunday April to September
Train Rides please see garden website
We organise garden visits and garden-orientated tours in Ireland and overseas. We have a winter lecture programme, practical gardening workshops in Spring and Summer, a list of Partner Gardens, the RHSI Journal published three times a year, the RHSI restoration of the walled garden at Russborough as our charity focus and an exciting Bicentenary Seminar planned for the RDS in September 2016. RHSI members have priority booking privileges but many events are also open to other interested gardeners.
Wednesday 06 December, 2017