The former home of the Earl of Longford, this restored Georgian house, now run as a guest house by Beryl and James Kearney, sits in large landscaped gardens. Individually decorated bedrooms have antique beds and country views; the former kitchen, with its vaulted ceiling, is now a cosy sitting room with Chesterfields in front of an open fire. Reception room, library, sitting room, breakfast room, dining room; courtyard, gardens (Japanese garden, knot garden, orchard). Gary O'Hanlon is the chef in the VM restaurant in the grounds; he serves Irish dishes with a modern twist; background music. Wedding facilities. Children welcomed. 12 bedrooms (7 in modern extension, some on ground floor). B&B €55--€65 per person; D,B&B from €108
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