Did you know that the Rock House parklands, which are spread over 100 acres, won an award for best park in Ireland in 2002 for its biodiversity?

The park is home to rare species in Ireland, such as the Austrian pine (pinus nigra austrica), chestnut tree (castanea sativa) and several wild rhododendrons, fuschias, etc., some of which were planted between 1840 and 1860.