Grove Gardens & Open Farm, Kells, Co Meath show filmed here twice with Helen Dillon, once with Dermot O’Neill. Nationwide for RTE presented one of their shows from here too. The Irish Independent Magazine listed the garden as one of the top ten places to visit in Ireland. The gardens have also featured in Marianne Heron’s Book “Hidden Gardens of Ireland” volume one and two, also Georgina Campbell’s Book “Ireland for Garden Lovers”
Loughcrew House & Gardens, Oldcastle, Co Meath. Take a walk through centuries of garden and landscape fantasy. The central area of approximately six acres includes a lime avenue, extensive lawns and terraces, magnificent herbaceous border and physic border. Within the gardens stand a mediæval mote and St. Oliver Plunkett's family church and Tower House. A host of enchanting features are displayed in a setting steeped in atmosphere and history. Meet Alice as she strolls through wonderland, encounter fairies and other creatures on woodland walks. Sculputres by acclaimed artist Ann Meldon Hugh and architectural treasures await around every corner.
Glebelands And Glebewood Gardens, Ratoath, Co Meath is a rural Georgian house designed in 1813 and Glebewood dating from 1990. The older and more mature garden is set in undulating land, emphasised by skilfully crafted low stone walls and bounded by high indigenous mature trees, augmented 20 years ago by blue cedars, pines, conifers, acres and larch. Glebewood, designed and constructed on 0.5ha of flat featureless land six years ago, had to be radically sculpted and moulded to reflect the rolling characteristics of Glebelands. The aim of the designers was to create an overall atmosphere of interest and relaxation in an environment of ever changing.