One of the most distinctive and unusual features of this luxury five star hotel in Dublin is its two landscaped period gardens, designed by Jim Reynolds the noted Irish landscape artist.
The smaller of the two, known as "Lady Mornington's Garden" links The Main House to the Garden Wing. This contemporary wing completes the enclosure of the garden, so that many of the guestrooms enjoy views over the large central garden. Both gardens re-create the feel of an 18th century garden with box hedges, water features, pathways, statuary and obelisks.
In summer, the large garden becomes an extension of the drawing rooms in The Main House, with waiter service so that guests can dine al fresco.