Kildare Palladian Mansion

From $5,805 / week



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  • House
  • 15 bedrooms
  • 15 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 30

Bedrooms: 15

Bathrooms: 15

Sleeps: 30

Type: House

Kildare Palladian Mansion

Kildare Palladian Mansion is a world apart. Conveniently located just 4 kms from the nearest town and close to the N7 and N9, it is still the most secluded and exclusive oasis imaginable.Set in 8 acres of private grounds, this Georgian property has been lovingly restored, boasting luxury accommodations and spacious dining rooms. Steeped in history as one the largest Georgian houses in Kildare, visitors will be hard pressed to find another setting as elegant and exclusive. Approached via a long tree-lined avenue, Kildare Palladian Mansion was built in 1709 by Thomas Burgh and remained the home of his descendants for 200 years.The house has been ...Read more

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Kildare Palladian Mansion
Athy, County Kildare, Ireland

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The house stands in a scenic location on the banks of the River Barrow within easy reach of Dublin City (approximately one hour’s drive via the N7). There are racecourses at Naas, Punchestown and the Curragh, the centre of the Irish racing and breeding industry. The River Barrow is a popular cruising river that also links up with the River Shannon cruising system via the Grand Canal. It runs by the bottom of the garden.  There are championship golf courses at Mount Juliet, The K-Club, The Heritage and Mount Wolseley.- Nearest Town: 5 km- Nearest Airport: Dublin, 50 km- Nearest International Ferry Port: Dun Laoghaire, 50 km

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