Beautiful place to visit. We all enjoyed it. The gardens are well maintained. The children loved the journey over on the boat too.
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Despite it not being the best day weatherwise we really enjoyed our visit to Garnish Island. Like others we saw some pregnant seals resting on the rocks in the bay during the short boat trip over. The gardens were a little windswept because of the...More
We traveled to the island via blue ferry and saw a few seals on the way, very nice. Island was nice, probably nicer a month ago with the flowers blooming. Saw several maintenance workers tending the gardens. Nice variety, amazing considering location. Tower led to...More
On the beautiful island of Garnish, there are some of the most beautiful gardens you will ever see. This is probably one of the most beautiful and exotic garden islands you will ever see. Depart from Glengariff harbour on a boat and you will arrive...More
Ferry over by Blue Pool cost €10 per person, didn't tell us an additional €5 pp when you arrive on island. The cruise across was lovely, lots of seals resting on the rocks and eagles nesting in the trees. The island itself seems to be...More
There has been a change in the way the staff treat visitors. The lady at the desk treated us as if we were on a school visit, telling us about the toilets and sending us completely the wrong way because my friend had a stick....More
We visited here while on holiday and the afternoon weather was great. The short ferry trip is nice and the crew showed us seals resting on rocks just near Garnish. The island is beautiful and the gardens and views are really beautiful. There is many...More
We got on the ferry and took the short trip over to the gardens. There a wonderful little detour by seals sunning on the rocks. The trails meander around the island and different gardens are discovered around the corner. We fortunate enough to have a...More
We caught the boat from Glengarriff. On the way over there we saw loads of pregnant seals which was amazing. The gardens on the island are lovely. We did not have time to visit the house. There is also a little cafe with freshly made...More