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All reviews farmers market tea room picnic area house tour gardens are lovely every saturday annual membership coffee shop garden entrance huge sandpit open to the public scones lovely place to visit run around water features tea house family home
I was really impressed with Killruddery House and Gardens. We originally decided to visit because of the scenes shot here that are in Far and Away. A few scenes shot here:
1) The front of the house when Shannon’s mother calls to her as she...More
Fantastic day in Kilruddery yesterday meeting and petting the Alpaca's.The children absolutely adored them. Had a walk around the grounds then after, climbed trees, had a play at Lucy's wooden house, collected tons of conkers, had an ice cream and played in the sand pit....More
We visited the farmers market which features home baked goods, craft items and massage therapy too! Not a huge market but nicely presented, it’s a nice option for a bit of shopping and a bite to eat. Try the quiche and pies at Gourmet Grub...More
Entrance area, driveway and signage are presented poorly and the car-park is confusing but once inside the house and gardens are well presented, although there are better gardens nearby, and the picnic within the vegetable gardens is great. A good day out but shouldn't cheapen...More
Visited Kilruddery House and gardens last Sunday. The house dates to the 1620s and it is a magnificent home that has been in the same family for over 500 years. The guided tour was extremely thorough and interesting, covering the family history, the guide was...More
Killruddery House is a great place to visit, the gardens are fantastic and the house has a lot of history. Sometimes concerts or other cultural events are held in the grounds these are sometimes expensive but almost always worth the money.
Brought my two aunts yesterday to see gardens and have lunch in tearooms.
There had been a festival on over the weekend and they were still in process of clearing up. A good part of the gardens were not accessible as a result.
yes. there is a good sized seperate picnic area to one side with picnic tables. At peak times they sell coffee. There is a sand pit area for children too. Picnic area is beside where chicken etc are. Really nice on a hot day.