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Atmospheric Irish gentry house and wooded riverside estate

Built in the 1820s, this handsome Irish gentry house is surrounded by its 130-hectare (320-acre) wooded riverside estate.

The former home of the MacGeough Bond family, a tour of this Neo-classical masterpiece reveals it is unchanged since 1900. The eclectic interior still evoking the family's tastes and interests.

Outside there are sweeping vistas, superb spring bulbs, scenic walks and fascinating courtyard displays.

A second-hand bookshop, adventure playground and Lady Ada's award-winning tea-room provide retreats for children and adults alike.

Eggsplore this Easter

Start your Easter adventure at The Argory

Solve the clues to help find the Cadbury's chocolate egg on our fantastic egg trail, available throughout the Easter holidays. Enjoy some eggstra Easter fun and activities on Easter Monday and Tuesday ' face painting, games and children's craft activities.

Easter Egg Trail - 30 March until 12 April, 12-5pm

Trail - £1.50 per child

Tea Party

Visit The Argory and enjoy afternoon tea in the Octagon Room

You're invited to step back to the 1800s to see what really went on behind closed doors in the Victorian big house. Get the gossip from the Housekeeper and the Lady's Maid and enjoy a delightful afternoon tea.

The last Sunday of every month (April - September)

Booking essential - please contact 028 8778 9014

Laurel clearance

Nature conservation is a large part of our role at The Argory

At The Argory, we're removing invasive species from the woods to improve the health of the woodlands. Some of these invasive species carry Phytophora ramorum which is a disease that can kill our native trees and plants. In order to keep this risk to a minimum we are removing laurel from our woodlands as this is a carrier of the disease. This has already enabled us to see the stunning mansion when driving up the avenue.

 

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