Botanic Nirvana in Donegal

Businessman Gerry Robinson and his wife Heather have transformed a Co Donegal estate into a rural idyll, and have opened its gardens to the public.

6th October, 2007

Businessman Gerry Robinson and his wife Heather have transformed a Co Donegal estate into a rural idyll, and have opened its gardens to the public.

Gerry Robinson’s personal charm has been well documented, but the fame of Donegal’s best known businessman could soon be eclipsed by the attractions of his stunning estate.

Oakfield Park is a 100-acre botanic Nirvana tucked away on the periphery of sleepy Raphoe town.

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