The service and the architecture – we can’t pick just one! First up: service. From the moment you pull up to the exquisite manor, you are greeted warmly and made to feel like you are arriving at your own estate. And it doesn’t stop there. Throughout your stay, the friendly and helpful team make the experience even better.
Now the architecture! This neo-gothic manor is a “calendar house”, meaning there are 365 windows, 52 chimneys, seven pillars, and four towers (to represent the seasons). And if that’s not fascinating enough, the Great Hall was designed by Augustus Pugin, whose other notable works include the Houses of Parliament. It was modeled after the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles and is the second-largest hall in Ireland.