VIEW THE LUSH
LANDSCAPES

Oakfield Park is an eighteenth century Georgian Deanery, which has won several National awards for the restoration of its gardens and buildings. Sitting in a lush landscape of parklands and mature woodlands, overlooking the distant Croaghan Mountain, the grounds include a traditional walled garden and kitchen garden.

Sumptuous greenery by the lake at Oakfield Park
Sumptuous greenery by the lake
The ‘Duchess of Difflin’ steam engine
The ‘Duchess of Difflin’ steam engine

WEAVE YOUR WAY
BY TRAIN

A trip on the train is the best way to see all of the Lower Gardens. Over 4.5km of narrow gauge track, weaves its way through the trees, revealing many pleasing vistas. The railway takes you around the lake and grounds passing the Castle Folly, the Tree Circle with the “Orb” and the awe inspiring “Long Sleeper” sculpture on the Spiral Mound before returning to the Station.

Oakfest 2019

TWO DAYS OF
MUSIC, FOOD &
FAMILY FUN

Headlined by The Academic and Alabama 3 on the June Bank Holiday weekend, 2019.

Oakfest will have plenty for the whole family to enjoy, including a mini disco for little music lovers, arts and crafts, face-painting, puppetry, nature walks, trains, folklore and storytelling.

A stellar line-up of acts will perform throughout the weekend
A stellar line-up of acts will perform throughout the weekend
Buffers Restaurant at Oakfield Park Raphoe

A TREAT IN THE HEART OF THE PARK

BUFFERS is an oasis in the heart of Oakfield Park. Surrounded by a rich abundance of flora and fauna, enjoy stunning views of the lake, external seating areas or looking through the panoramic windows.