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Longueville House is a listed Georgian Heritage House in the centre of a 500 acre wooded estate. The authentic Georgian architecture features adorn the passage back to the charm and splendour that was Ireland in the early part of the 18th century. The moment you step inside you will know that you are somewhere special.
The beautifully sited House was built at about 1720 by Richard Longfield, who was spurred on to grander things by a sum of money he received for supporting the British Act of Union. In 1930, Senatior William O' Callaghan bought the house from the Longfields, and it was his grandson Michael O' Callaghan whom, with his wife Jane, established the House as a hotel in 1969.
Availability for: 1 Adults 04/08/2021 - 05/08/2021
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