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    Séjours dans une demeure historique

    Nous avons répertorié quelques-unes des demeures les plus appréciées où vous pourrez séjourner dans un haut lieu de l'histoire.

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    From Muckross House to Kylemore Abbey and Ballywalter Park, historic houses all across the island of Ireland attract day visitors every year. But when you have to leave before the lights go down, you’re really only getting half the experience…

    Why wouldn’t you want to lay your head down at Castle Leslie in County Monaghan, where you can nibble on some delicious afternoon tea treats, or sit back and enjoy the sights in a horse drawn carriage ride?

    Or, cosy up in an impossibly luxurious hotel and ex-boarding school such as Ballyfin Demesne in County Laois, and spend your time trying its numerous activities including swinging your golf club on the spectacular golf course, or exploring the walled gardens on the estate.

    Why not fall asleep beside the lake Mornington House in County Westmeath? Built in the 18th century, this is where the legendary Children of Lir spent 300 years after they were transformed into swans? Remember, every stay in Ireland has a story – so take a trip and write your own!

    Historic houses around the island of Ireland

    L-R: Ardtara Country House, County Londonderry; Glin Castle, County Limerick; Ballyfin Demesne, County Laois; Newforge House, County Armagh

    Historic houses for every taste

    This island is blessed with countless majestic manors, so whatever your mood, you’re bound to feel at home in one of them. For the perfect balance of indulgence and homely comforts, a historic house is just the ticket.

    Lorum Old Rectory in County Carlow is known for its friendly hosts and irresistible baked goods; Wallace the dog will welcome you warmly to Tyrella House in Down; 11th generation Townshends invite you into their family home at Castle Townsend on the waterfront in Cork; direct descendants of the last High Kings of Ireland, the O’Conor family, are who you’ll meet at Roscommon’s Clonalis House; while breakfasts at Kiltariff Hall in County Down mean an introduction to a famous local favourite: the Ulster Fry.

    Of course, you can always go that little bit further and really spoil yourself… The 4-star hotel Mount Falcon, a Victorian Gothic manor house along the Wild Atlantic Way, has been known as the place to enjoy a hawk walk, clay pigeon shooting or a spot of fishing.

    Or for something even more exclusive, you can hire out Glin Castle in County Limerick: still home to descendants of the Knights of Glin after over 700 years, your family can book it just for yourselves, and join a very exclusive club for the night.

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    Ballymaloe House, County Cork

    Things to do

    When most of us imagine life on a grand estate, we think of falconry, horse riding, fishing, golf: the exploits of a life of leisure. All are easily accessible from historic houses across Ireland, and dabbling in one or another during your stay will make you feel like you really were made for this life!

    It goes without saying that many historic houses boast fantastic food and drink as part of the package, too. So, if you’re a bit of a gourmet, try Ardtara Country House in County Londonderry or Ballymaloe House Hotel in County Cork to eat your heart out in spectacular surroundings.

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    Clonalis House, County Roscommon

    Country manors you'll adore

    Ballyfin Demesne, County Laois
    We’re not sure it looked quite like this when it was a boarding school. Ballyfin is bliss!
    Newforge House, County Armagh
    Decorated with beloved antique furniture, this characterful house is classy, cosy and quiet.
    Tullymurry House, County Down
    Dating to the 17th century, Tullymurry is a Georgian house that has been lovingly restored and has its own orchard.
    Inchiquin House, County Clare
    Dating back to before the Great Famine, Inchiquin is filled with fascinating history.
    Castlecoote House, County Roscommon
    Built in the grounds of an old castle, the annual Percy French festival is hosted here.

    Ireland's historic gems

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    Blairscove House and Restaurant

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    Kiltariff Hall Country House


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    Rathsallagh Country House

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