The property sleeps up to 17 and is made up of the 4 double room, 3 twin rooms and 3 singles one of which is for a child.
- Library/Living Room: Fitted shelving and solid fuel stove.
- Drawing Room: Fine formal room with decorative pillars, raised fireplace and double doors to the gardens.
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room: Tiled floor with Aga cooker, kitchen cupboards and sink unit.
- Sun Room: Fine room with flagged floor and glazed roof. Large double doors to garden.
- Shower room: with shower, WC and wash basin.
- Hall with pantry and guest WC.
- Living Room.
- Utility/Boot Room.
- 5 bedrooms and 3 bath/shower rooms.
- Outer Porch/Sun room: Fine high room with flagged floor and glazed roof. Large double doors to garden.
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bath/shower rooms
- Reception Hall
Guest Shower Room: with shower, WC and wash hand basin.
Outside the house sits within 200 acres of parkland and grounds. There is a lake and a tennis court for your use. Generations of the family have been creating the gardens since 1660. The result is a stunning garden comprising water, trees, vistas and archaeology rather than flowerbeds. A host of enchanting features are displayed in a setting steeped in atmosphere and history. Within the gardens stand a mediæval moote and St. Oliver Plunkett's family church and Tower House.
The surviving 17th century features include a magnificent yew walk, foundations of a longhouse and a walled garden from which a canal and a parterre have been relocated in replica. The yew walk trees are exceptional, of remarkable form and girth. Other trees are mound-planted, leaving the root system exposed as an extension of the impressive contorted trunks.
In the 19th century these earlier elements were enveloped in a comprehensive development of parkland, watergardens, specimen trees, follies, rockeries, woodwalks and magnificent vistas. The central area of approximately six acres now includes a lime avenue, extensive lawns and terraces, magnificent herbaceous border and physic border. Don't miss the grotesque rockery and grotto, the Rootery, Hellfire garden, watermill, fountain, and symbolic statues and sculptures.
The main gardens are open to the public from 12-6pm but there are private outdoor areas exclusive to guests next to the house.