Description

Ballywalter Park is a classic example of an early Victorian Country House built in the Italianate Palazzo style.

Ballywalter Park is a Grade A listed historic house, beautifully restored as a conference venue, providing exclusive lunches, dinners and accommodation for up to 24 guests in 12 luxurious bedrooms. Tours of the house can also be arranged by appointment.
Ballywalter Park has been in the ownership of Lord Dunleath's family for over 150 years and is one of Ireland's most important historic houses.
Group tours of the house and gardens are available on prior arrangement by appointment only. Minimum group size is 15 – 20 with a maximum 50 people.
Prices
  • Tour of house: £8.50
  • Tour of gardens: £8.50
  • Combined tour: £16
  • Refreshments: From £3.50
The house is surrounded by 270 acres of pleasure grounds, fields, lake and woodland.
Ballywalter Park
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Ballywalter Park
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BT22 2PP

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