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Belle Isle Estate

Belle Isle Estate

Dramatic colours offset fine English and Irish antique furnishings, rattan furniture from the spice island of Cebu, and works by Russian, Irish, and English painters. The ambience is comfortable and welcoming, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of a charming sunken garden.

Hillsborough Fort

Hillsborough Fort

An artillery fort built in 1650 by Colonel Arthur Hill – the Hill family built the village of Hillsborough starting with the fort. Remodelled in the 18th Century for feasts and entertainment.

Killruddery House & Gardens

Killruddery House & Gardens

Killruddery, the Gateway to the Garden of Ireland and on Dublin’s doorstep, is home to the Earls of Meath since 1618 and currently the home of the 15th Earl of Meath. It is the most significant Elizabethan Revival mansion in Ireland.

Butler House

Butler House

Sweeping staircases, magnificent plastered ceilings, marble fireplaces and a charming walled garden are all features of this notable Georgian residence.

Rothe House

Rothe House

Rothe House, is a unique Irish 17th century merchant’s townhouse complex located in the city of Kilkenny, Ireland. It is an important element of Kilkenny’s heritage and is the centre for Irish genealogy in Kilkenny city and county.

Longueville House

Longueville House

Longueville’s beautiful view of the Blackwater Valley belies a turbulent history.

Belvedere House

Belvedere House

A fascinating Georgian estate open year round with a varied calendar of events including Narnia at Christmas and family events at Easter and Halloween. Belvedere House is a fully restored Georgian Villa situated in 160 acres of lakeside parkland, punctuated by numerous follies including the famous Jealous Wall.

Ballyfin Demesne

Ballyfin Demesne

With only fifteen rooms for the 600 acre estate, this 5 star luxury hotel is the perfect place for a break from the stresses of the modern world and provides discretion and privacy like few other destinations. With just 15 bedrooms it is also the ideal place to take over for a very special celebration.

Sentry Hill Historic House

Sentry Hill Historic House

Sentry Hill was the home of the McKinney family, who came to Ireland from Scotland in the early 1700s. Remarkably the contents of the house have survived almost intact.

Avondale House

Avondale House

Built in 1777 Avondale House has much to offer the visitor, whether their interest is Charles Stewart Parnell or the extensive collection of trees and shrubs from around the globe in this 214 hectares estate.

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Antrim Town

Antrim is the county town of County Antrim in Northern Ireland. Antrim is a small town not frequently visited by tourists, yet it is one of the more historic towns in Northern Ireland with many interesting sights and buildings of historic note.

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