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Ashintully Gardens, Tyringham

#35 of 49 in Parks in Berkshires
Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Ashintully Gardens is an 120 acre (0.5 km²) estate in Tyringham, Massachusetts that is maintained by The Trustees of Reservations land trust. The gardens, and adjoining 594 acres (2.4 km²) reservation, were the gift of John Stewart McLennan Jr., and his wife Katharine. The name Ashintully comes from Gaelic Eas an Tulaich and means "cascade of the hillock".
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  • Love this place! It’s a wonderful hike at any time of year. Make sure you go up the old fire road to get to the ruins and come down through the gardens.  more »
  • This is an remarkable place. The remains, just the columns of a 1905 magnificent mansion, face the long beautiful view of the lovely Tyringham Valley. Below, at the more recent gardens, you will walk....  more »
  • A best-kept secret
  • Cool place 😎 and view

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