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Huntington Castle in County Carlow was built in 1625 as a garrison on the historically important Wexford to Dublin route. Today, it is a unique visitor attraction and accommodation boasting beautiful gardens, guided tours and family events.
Visit Huntington Castle and step into another world. The 17th century house is a treasure trove of historical architecture and objects, while the Yew Tree Walk, Lime Tree Avenue and water features are just some of the elements of Huntington’s delightful gardens and pleasure grounds.
The River Derry, the boundary line between counties Wexford and Carlow, flows along the bottom of the garden wilderness, providing a pleasant setting for woodland walks at Huntingdon Castle. Visit Huntingdon for a wonderful day out for all the family, or make it a weekend at Huntington Castle B&B or self catering apartments.