Hampton Conservatories, being a manufacturer of botanical and greenhouse conservatories, were commissioned to replace 11 glasshouse conservatories to their original design in a 6 acre Victorian Walled Garden at the grounds of Kylemore Abbey in the West of Ireland. This ongoing project is inspired by the only remaining evidence in the form of black and white stills
Approx Size 24m x 3.5m. This greenhouse conservatory was one of the last walled gardens to be built during the Victorian period in Ireland and is the only Walled Garden constructed in bogland (peatland) in the country. The garden was so advanced for the time that it was even compared with Kew Gardens in London.