Information and Admission Prices for Groups:
Pricing is based on groups of 12 or more.
Group tours are by appointment, contact us at 087 285 6601 or email@example.com to book.
Please note no tea/coffee and cake will be served in 2021. Huntingbrook Garden no longer serves lunches for groups.
Summer Season: 28th April to the 25th September 2021.
At Hunting Brook we welcome pre-arranged groups to the garden, also numerous Gardening Clubs and students from Colleges of horticultural excellence.
Coach tours are best coming Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday and mornings are better for us as the public are not here until after 11am. If these times don’t suit your group we can work around this.
Coaches need to contact us in advance to make arrangements for parking.
Tour operators can be assured that when arranging a visit to Hunting Brook Gardens, their clients will enjoy an exceptional garden visit. On entering the main body of the garden you are greeted immediately with a riot of colour and form. The garden is renowned for its vibrancy and sumptuous planting. Walking through this garden surprises you with delights around every corner and leads you down to the quiet still beauty of our woodland glade and babbling brook, the perfect spot to simply sit for a moment and enjoy the soothing calm.
While visiting Hunting Brook you should consider a visit to June Blake’s Garden. Located minutes away, June’s Garden and Nursery is a plantaholic’s dream. June has a love for new and exciting plants especially perennials, shade loving plants and ornamental grasses. Many are propagated from seed from plant hunting expeditions and exchanges and June is on hand to tell you their stories and their habits.
These two highly acclaimed gardens are a very popular destination for group tours and we invite you and your group to take this opportunity to visit both of these beautiful gardens. We can facilitate both small and large groups and look forward to welcoming you to our gardens.
Contact Jimi on 087 285 6601 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can view June’s garden at: www.juneblake.ie