About Bantry House Garden
Bantry House Garden is on the fringe of Bantry Town, commanding magnificent views over the bay. It is lived in by the descendants of the Earls of Bantry and has been enjoyed by visitors for over 70 years.
Highlights include classical statues, urns, ballustrades, the wisteria circle and fountain, parterre, terraces linked by 100 steps, circular beds, topiary, sunken garden and woodland walks.
Tea and coffee & full café
Partial disabled access to house and garden
Dogs on lead welcome in the garden, guide dogs welcome in the house and garden
10 a.m. – 5 p.m. for the house, garden open until 6 p.m.
30th March to end of October Tuesday to Sunday and bank holiday Mondays for March, April, May, September, October
Open 7 days per week for June, July, August.
GARDEN ENTRANCE FEE
€5.00 per adult children under 16 free
GPS: 51.63577 -9.47941 On the N71 on west side of Bantry town centre
Tel: 027 50047 Fax: 027 50795