Muckross House - © Uwe

Muckross House

Muckross House - © Uwe

Muckross House is a beautiful manor house in Killarney National Park, Ireland. Situated less than 6km from the town of Killarney, this mansion dates back to the 19th century, and is believed to have been built for Henry Arthur Herbert, Member of Parliament for County Kerry in the United Kingdom. Situated on the Muckross Peninsula, the house faces Muckross Lake, as well as Lough Leane. A magnificent view of the Irish wilderness!

Visit Muckross House

A 65-room manor house in the heart of Killarney National Park!

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Muckross House – gmg_zero3cc

Built in 1843, the manor house was built in pure Tudor style and consists of no less than 65 rooms! Nowadays managed by the tourist centre Dύchas The Heritage Service and the Trustees of Muckross House, the house is now open to the public, and will give you the opportunity to discover it in all its facets!

Guided tours will allow you to explore the best of the manor house and gardens, and you will even have the opportunity to taste the local cuisine in the former stables, now converted into a restaurant.

The garden is quite atypical with its Japanese ponds, rhododendrons, and exotic trees. Enough to make a nice walk, exotic and relaxing!

Practical informations

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Address Address: Killarney National Park
Lieu : (County Kerry)

Coordonnées GPSGPS : 52.018100,-9.504056

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