Glenveagh’s gardens work their magic
The wild landscape of the Donegal highlands is hard to beat
The approach to the gardens at Glenveagh Castle and gardens isn’t very promising. At the foot of Mount Errigal in the Donegal highlands, the wild landscape is barren and bleak and the only vegetation at this time of year is the colour of straw, apart from the odd gorse bush. But just a few miles away amid a shelter belt of trees and shrubs on the shores of Lough Veagh, there is a horticultural haven.
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