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This area was well worth seeing - put it off many times over the years - glad we went this year as two days later fire ravage the area. It will take a few years to restore the garden to it former glory
We were shown round the gardens by a very interesting lady who bviously has a great knowledge of the orchids etc. we spent a very pleasant hour or so looking round the gardens then sitting on a shady terrace eating cake and drinking coffee. Well...More
This a garden for true plantsmen, not parks and gardens. The variety of orchids on display is endless and the knowledge freely passed on by the Staff, if you take the time to ask is priceless. The lady owner is lovely and willingly answers any...More
I don't like big gardens designed for hundreds of tourists, too fancy and kind of...unpersonal. This garden is definitely not one of these. It's small, cozy, intense, kind of in process of repair (there were some storms), which makes it more....real, and unbelievably beautiful. You...More
Situated a short walk from the Botanical Gardens this is a 5th generation family committed to orchids and their preservation & cultivation .
This is a large private garden and has no pretensions to being a huge commercial venture -- merely an admirable commitment to...More
We came across this small garden by chance on the long, steep climb to the botanical gardens. Don't come here expecting Kew Gardens. It is very small and reflects one man's passion for these beautiful and colourful plants. Around every corner or clinging to each...More
Wonderful collection of orchids that would give Kew or Wisley a run for their money. Also available for sale, grown in sawdust so can be taken to UK. The greenhouses are tired but the variety and the knowledgeable staff are second to none.
We went up to here by tuk- tuk ,and was changed €5 each. We find this garden very run down. It needs more details of the plants with names etc. The building are very tried, looks like half of it is closed due to a...More
JOMF2013, Inhaber at Pregetter's Orchid Garden, responded to this reviewResponded 8 April 2016
Last week we had a horrible storm and a 400 year old tree fall on our greenhouses-we are
trying our best to remove 7000kg of tree as quick as possible. We want to show our orchids in there natural surounding, therefore you want...More