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Arboretum Home & Garden Heaven, Inspirational Gardens & Rachel's Café

5 locals recommend

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March 22, 2018
Award winning business between Carlow and Kilkenny. Gardens are a big deal in Ireland and you can buy everything from plants and trees to fashionable garden-wear and cute gifts. Lovely cafe too.
Mattys Pub (Matt)
Mattys Pub (Matt)
July 14, 2017
Biggest garden centre in the south east.
June 4, 2015
Great place to have lunch or just tea/coffee and cake (excellent selection!) Lovely garden walks and boutiques
January 21, 2014
Great garden Centre, Café, and inspirational gardens
February 15, 2018
Designer fashion, good food, excellent garden products

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Leighlinbridge, Carlow
Phone(059) 972 1558