Steeped in exotic history and surrounded by medieval ruins, its 840-acre demesne is home to beautiful parklands, superb trout fishing on the river Maigue, and a renowned 18 hole championship golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior. Unique and individual accommodation, the best of contemporary Irish food in an incomparable setting, and the highest standards of modern hospitality are hallmarks of the Manor experience.
The Manor's fanciful architecture gives rise to bedrooms of great character. No two are the same. Each is possessed of its own shape, proportions and ambiance. With an eye to their individuality, furniture has always been favoured over fittings. This philosophy is evident from what was formerly the Housekeeper's room to Lady Caroline's. Arched ceilings, fireplaces, beds with carved headboards, fretwork windows, and eye-catching views are typical throughout. Boudoir seating and tables ensure that anyone eating from the in-room menu does so in urbane comfort. Bathrooms are weighted with equal importance and are often larger than the rooms they attach to. Rooms vary in price and size, encompassing a Presidential Suite, four Dunraven Staterooms, eight Staterooms, thirty-four Deluxe and fifteen Standard Rooms.
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