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Curraghmore House and Gardens

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A true sporting estate

When we arrived, a notice said house closed but we took a drive down to it anyway just for a look... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
CalmTraveller75
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Dublin, Ireland
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Positive aging week.

Had a walk around the grounds which was a fiver. The house was 15 in too view. Lovely walks around... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2018
jackie w
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 31 March 2015

My brother and sister and I visited Curraghmore today, 31/03/15. On our arrival we were greeted by our very friendly guide. Although we are from Kilmacthomas, not too far away, I hadn't heard much about Curraghmore House, until my partner visited with his college group...More

7  Thank FireGirl-1
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Reviewed 22 June 2009

Despite having emailed in advance to confirm that the house was open (first and third Sundays, we were told - just call the number when you're approaching the gates and we'll open them and let you in), when we got there after a 50 mile...More

8  Thank OxonianTraveller
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

When we arrived, a notice said house closed but we took a drive down to it anyway just for a look. We will return because this is a place apart. It must be a 2km Avenue with lots of potholes to keep speed down. From...More

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Reviewed 4 October 2018 via mobile

Had a walk around the grounds which was a fiver. The house was 15 in too view. Lovely walks around the grounds and visit too the shell house.tea rooms didnt have gluten free scones i had brought my own. Coffee was lovely.

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Reviewed 19 September 2018 via mobile

Well worth a visit. The house has a fascinating history having been owned by the same family since it was built around 1180. There are beautiful gardens to explore. Well worth a visit.

2  Thank Geraldine R
Reviewed 2 September 2018

This was a return trip, having attended the All Together Now festival several weeks before and we were curious to see Curraghmore in it's natural setting. The drive from the main gates along a dusty gravel road gives you time to adjust to a different...More

1  Thank SailTripper
Reviewed 29 August 2018

We visited Curraghmore as a bus excursion as part of the Belmond Grand Hibernian train tour. Bussed in from Waterford, we were greeted by Lord Waterford's former butler who served has tour guide. He was both charming and engaged. Perhaps the highlight of the tour...More

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Reviewed 27 August 2018 via mobile

Having attended the recent All Together Now music festival in the grounds of Curraghmore House we were eager to return and do a tour and to learn about the history of the place. Basil the long time Butler of Curraghmore House ( 25 yrs i...More

Thank lazyfaceman
Reviewed 15 August 2018

This is an 'undiscovered' gem in the Irish countryside, which we have been exploring been for 20+ years. The house itself has lots of the history of the nobility from England who settled here, starting with the original Anglo-Norman owners c. 1200 through to the...More

1  Thank dfbrennan2015
Reviewed 15 August 2018

The Tour guide was amazing, former butler to Lord Waterford for many years, his knowledge of the family and the Estate combined with his sense of humour made this Tour a hugely enjoyable experience.

2  Thank ellen w
Reviewed 9 August 2018 via mobile

Excellent tour with former Butler Basil. Interesting history learned along the way. Kids (9&11yrs) loved it. Stunning.

2  Thank vtrevorc
Reviewed 23 July 2018

With a 2.3 km driveway along side a stream with pheasants crisscrossing the surrounding grassland, this reminded me of a time when the pace of life was so much easier! I drove into a spacious courtyard with a semi circle of ornate statues at one...More

1  Thank George C
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