Angela Jupe welcomes you to
Bellefield House and Gardens,
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It is a wonderfully restored old Georgian farmhouse and walled garden. The gardens are open for general viewing 11.00 am to 17.00 pm from May to October each year -
Entrance fee is €6 per person in aid of Roscrea S. P. C. A.
If you have a Sat-
2019 Daffodil Event
The wicked weather has been causing havoc with daffodils this year. Snow, followed immediately by 2 days and nights of torrential rain flattened many varieties but the later old heritage bulbs are just now coming into bloom and the others are struggling upright! The hellebores are still excellent and provide a colour contrast to the whites and yellows of the daffs. Anemones, native woodland, nemerosa, blanda and coronaria together with pasque flowers are in bloom in shades of white, blue and burgundy as a ground cover for the daffodils while the brilliant magenta magnolia ‘Susan’ lights up the wall. This event continues until March 24th.
Next: Tulip Event -
Bellefield Garden Special Events
Snowdrops: January 22nd -
A beautiful display of Cyclamen and Hellebores is also on view
Daffodils: February 23rd -
Both Heritage and Modern varieties will be on display.
Tulips: March 30th -
Peonies, Iris, and Roses: May-
Perennials: Including Lupins & Lilies through to late season salvias, asters, dahlias and fruits in season; July -
NOTE: Entrance fee is €6 per person for all Special Events.
Extra information on Special Events is available on the Events Page
Download a brochure on the gardens by clicking on the image left.
Bellefield House & Gardens has featured on many TV programs down through the years -
Most recently Bellefield has featured on the IrishTV Channel in the Offaly Matters Programme.
Bellefield House is:
Situated in gentle farming countryside in the heart of Ireland, close to the Georgian town of Birr, at the foot of the Sliabh Bloom mountains and near to the unique Lough Boora Bog nature park.
The location is perfect for day touring or an extended stay in the comfortable cottages in the grounds.
It is justly famed for its snowdrop and hellebore collection with old daffodils and tulips in Spring. The season extends into Summer with iris and peony displays. Autumn is noteworthy for late flowering perennials, fruit and vegetables.