Tranquil Spaces
Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living Magazine|August 2021
The historic gardens at Hillsborough Castle offer ornate formal gardens, woodland, meadows and much more to delight the senses this summer.

Hillsborough Castle’s 100 acres of beautiful gardens offers something for everyone all year round. They are particularly spectacular at this time of year when they are bursting with colour.

As Garden Manager Claire Woods comments, ‘The gardens offer countless places to unwind, contemplate, socialise and seek inspiration. They have certainly provided members with a tranquil sanctuary during the last year and a half.’

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