Grangebeg House

Grangebeg House

Farmhouse &
Equestrian Centre
Dunlavin, Co Wicklow, Ireland.
Tel: (353) (45) 401367
Proprietor: Aine McGrane

Photo of Grangebeg House Lounge area
Grangebeg House, an early 18th Century Country House is located in a tranquil setting amid 85 acres of parkland. Its spacious rooms with open log fires and antique furniture provide a traditional, friendly welcome for guests.

Grangebeg House is of historic interest because of its connections with the Warren family which acquired the property in 1626. Henry Warren who was an MP for Kildare married Elizabeth Eustace. Their grandson Richard assumed the surname and arms of Wesley and was the ancestor of Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington. Ann, the mother of the Duke resided at Grangebeg House and is buried at nearby Giltown Cemetery.


Accomodation Type:

    Farmhouse

Number of Rooms:

    6 All En Suite

Location

    On the borders of Kildare and Wicklow in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains and just 30 miles from Dublin.

Bedroom Facilities

    Room service, TV in most rooms, Tea maker in all rooms, Trouser press, Central heating. Car parking facilities.

General Facilities:

    Equestrian Centre (Aire approved) and all-weather Tennis Court on own grounds Excellent golf courses near by. Hill walking and trails.
    Five of Irelands finest heritage properties are nearby :Powerscourt Estate, Mount Usher Gardens, Kilruddery House and Gardens, Russborough House, Avondale House and Forest Park.

Season 1: (April to September)

    Superior Double Room per person per night : 35
    Standard Double Room per person per night:30
    Single Room supplement for the above:10
    Standard Single Room:25

Season 1: (October to March)

    Superior Double Room per person per night : 30
    Standard Double Room per person per night:28
    Single Room supplement for the above:10
    Standard Single Room:25

All above prices inclusive of VAT and service charge

To book directly:

Contact Mrs Aine McGrane
Tel +353 45 401367


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