Rathsallagh House Hotel was converted from Queen Anne stables in 1798 when the original house was burnt down during the rebellion. Set in 530 acres of parkland, the hotel has a walled garden and 18 hole Championship golf course. Some of the rooms overlook the walled garden. Rathsallagh House Hotel is 35 miles from Dublin.
Gardens to visit while staying at the Rathsallagh House Hotel include St Fiachra's Garden and Japanese Gardens at National Stud (17 miles), Altamont Garden (21 miles), Mount Usher Garden (30 miles), Powerscourt Estate Garden (41 miles) and Killruddery Gardens (37 miles). County Wicklow is often refered to as "The Garden of Ireland" for its gardens and beautiful scenery. Wicklow also has an annual Garden Festival (May-June) during which many private gardens are opened to the public.