Curraghmore House & Gardens
Available all year
Guided tour of Curraghmore House & Gardens with tree-framed miles of beautiful river walks
The 1176 keep has been incorporated into the 18th-century house
A Sitka Spruce overlooks King John’s Bridge is one of the tallest trees in Ireland
Refreshments in the main reception rooms and parts of the extensive gardens
The original castle is built-in
Visit Curraghmore House, home of the 9th Marquis of Waterford, and its beautiful surroundings. The house is a remarkable sight with its architecture being part 12th century and part 18th century with strong French lines. Today some of Ireland’s most remarkable trees frame miles of beautiful river walks. King John’s Bridge, built-in 1205, is the oldest in Ireland.
Included: Tea / coffee and scone
Remarks: Appropriate warm, layered, waterproof clothing and comfortable walking shoes.
Walking information: 1 hrs 30 minutes of walking at a slow pace.
Wheelchair accessible: No.
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