Your private and magical retreat starts here. Beautifully preserved Edwardian Castle with 2000 acres of glen walks, forests, 3 beaches, 2 lochs, award-winning walled gardens & 2 waterfalls to explore. Comes with a stately drawing room, a grand dining room, massive kitchen,, additional media room, table tennis room, the largest lawn you've ever seen, and 5.5 bathrooms. Exquisite bed linens to boost! The Estate is one of the best spots on the planet, we promise.
What is the Dunskey magic? Could it possibly be cozying up to gleaming brass fireplace, surrounded by miles of gold embossed leather books in the library, while the wind across the Irish Channels whistle a tune outside the window? Perhaps it is casting a line into one of the two lochs while the swans gently glide by, rippling the surface with a single dropped feather. Or nothing can quite beat the soar in your chest as you emerge from the lush green wonderland of the Dunskey fairy glen to arrive at the wide open sea.
The stately Baronnial castle, completed at the turn of the century, has opened its doors for the first time in history. Four grand reception rooms with original lavish features with a large collection of fine arts displayed throughout. Well-appointed and spacious bedrooms with linens from the White Company guarantee beautiful shut-eyes. The Castle can accommodate up to 40 guests, with a large eat-in kitchen, an utterly charming farmhouse table, with original wooden chairs and a church pew guaranteed to get a few youngsters scrambling for a seat.
If that isn’t enough fairy dust to get you packing your bags, the spectacular grounds should seal the deal. Wake up to birdsongs and have a cup of coffee inside the award-winning 18th century walled garden and the historic Victorian glasshouse. Take a leisurely stroll through the manicured woodland gardens and discover the vast collection of flowers and plants, including a matured tree-trail and cheeky kissing gates. Need a bit more energising? How about a race through the Hampton Court-inspired hedge maze? Submerge yourself in the roar of the waterfall at the foot of the century-old stone bridge in the glen. Wave goodbye to the migrating geese on the vast front field and listen to their calls echo through the surrounding woodlands. In the evening, raise a glass of champagne in the fragrant garden as the nocturnal blooms open, before retreating to fire in the hearth at the Great Hall, with organic venison roast straight from the Estate Grounds.