Shamrock Garden has its origin back in 1945 when it was developed as an orchard growing apples. The estate was completely rebuilt in 2002. Now the main house sits on one hectare of established park-like garden and surrounded by more than 150 Large Rhododendrons.

The garden features abundant varieties of mature trees including an English Oak planted in 1874, and it still keeps some Apple, plum, peach, chestnut and walnut trees from the original orchard. A private stream runs quietly through the garden tells more of the uniqueness of Shamrock Garden.

Guests are free to enjoy the whole day sun on the deckings, relax in the lounge, or just walk leisurely among trees or paths through the garden. Breakfast served out in the garden under the morning sun is a must!