Wells House & Gardens


Visit the magical wishing well at Wells House and Gardens; built especially to help us grant more wishes to brave children. Enjoy all that Wells House has to offer and be sure to visit the wishing well on your adventures around their gardens. Wells House was recently voted as the “Best Family Day Out” in Ireland by Alison Curtis on Today FM so put it on your list to visit.

Since 2013 Wells House & Gardens have hosted an annual Classic Car Show in aid of Make-A-Wish and in addition to the funds raised they take all the donations from their wishing well and present us with an annual cheque. To date, with the support and generosity of visitors, they have raised a phenomenal €17,390 over the past four years. Thank you to Sabine & all who have supported Make-A-Wish at this truly magical place. Visit Wells House & Gardens website here!

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