Bucolic Beaulieu

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The long herbaceous borders coming to life at Beaulieu

On the banks of the river Boyne sits Beaulieu: a 17th century country house, complete with a walled garden, a grotto and flowers bursting into bloom.

French speakers, beware. You may think you know how to pronounce the name of the 17th century Co Louth property Beaulieu, but you are wrong, for it is pronounced ‘Bewley’. It is, however, a beautiful place overlooking the river Boyne, which was positively glistening on the sunny spring day I visited.

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