Rathsallagh House

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Rathsallagh Dunlavin




2009 Country House of the Year – Runner up – ( Golf Medal Awards ) 2008 Country House of the Year (Gold Medal Awards) 2007 Country House of the Year ( Gold Medal Awards) 2007 Leinster Restaurant of the Year in association with Food & Wine Magazine Supreme Breakfast Award for Ireland ( Georgina Campbell’s Guide – 4th time ) Irish Country House Breakfast Award ( Georgina Campbell’s Guide ) AA Five Diamond Award For Guest Accommodation from 2005 to 2010 inclusive. Irish Country House Restaurant Awards - Commended The Top 3 Wedding Venues in the World – Confetti Magazine March 2006. Irish Country House Restaurant of the Year Gilbys Excellence in Catering Award ( County House Category ) Best Wedding Venue ( VIP Magazine in association with RENAULT) Georgina Campbells Guides Country House of the Year 2000 Recommended by The Bridgestone 100 Best Places to Stay in Ireland A Signpost Selected Premier Hotel RAC Dining Award Rated one of Irelands Top 50 Hotels - Food & Wine Magazine


Room features and guest services

  • Calls (toll-free)
  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • View (mountain)


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Outside caterers allowed
  • Pet friendly
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Space (private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Golf course on grounds
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Piano
  • Portable heaters
  • Staging area

Distance from airport

  • 45.36 mi. from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Bus parking

Rathsallagh House Meeting Space

Total meeting space5,000 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms6
Largest room678 sq. ft.
Second largest room678 sq. ft.
Space (Private)25,000 sq. ft.
Space (Outdoor)1,219,680 sq. ft.
Exhibit Space5,000 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms31

Local Attractions

Guinness Storehouse

1 hour away
Come and explore Ireland's number one visitor attraction, providing an unforgettable welcome and a magical journey deep into the heart of the world famous GUINNESS® brand and company. This historical building is central to Dublin's and Ireland's heritage, and has been continually updated to create a blend of fascinating industrial tradition with a contemporary edge. The seven floors bring to life the rich heritage of GUINNESS®, telling the story from its origins here at St. James's Gate in Dublin to its growth as a global brand, known all around the world.
Market Street
Dublin, IE


35 minutes away
Glendalough Co Wicklow, one of Ireland’s most beautiful visitors’ destinations. For thousands of years people have been drawn to ‘the valley of the two lakes‘ for its spectacular scenery, rich history, archaeology and abundant wildlife. Glendalough is a remarkable place that will still your mind, inspire your heart and fill your soul. Glendalough is home to one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland. This early Christian monastic settlement was founded by St. Kevin in the 6th century and from this developed the “Monastic City”.
Co Wicklow, IE

Kilkenny Castle

Historical landmark
40 minutes away
KILKENNY CASTLE stands dramatically on a strategic height that commands a crossing on the River Nore and dominates the 'High Town' of Kilkenny City. Over the eight centuries of its existence, many additions and alterations have been made to the fabric of the building, making Kilkenny Castle today a complex structure of various architectural styles. The original Anglo-Norman stone castle was built for William Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke (c.1146-1219) during the first decade of the thirteenth century. Kilkenny Castle later became the principal Irish residence of the powerful Butler family for almost 600 years. The Butler ownership began when James (c.1360-1405), 3rd Earl of Ormond, purchased the castle in c.1391, and lasted until 1967 when Arthur, 6th Marquess of Ormonde (1893-1971), presented it to the people of Kilkenny in return for a token payment of £50.
Co Kilkenny, IE

Russborough House

Historical landmark
20 minutes away
Russborough: A Great Irish House, it’s Families and Collections tells the remarkable story of one of Ireland’s truly great houses. It is the most detailed study of an Irish country house attempted to-date and draws on extensive new research and discoveries. Located near Blessington in County Wicklow, Russborough was built in the 1740s by Joseph Leeson, a wealthy Dublin brewer, to designs by Richard Castle. As Castle’s masterpiece it represents one of the most architecturally significant neo-Palladian buildings in Ireland. Leeson, later 1st Earl of Milltown, embarked on two extensive Grand Tours to Italy, commissioning and acquiring Florentine paintings, classical statuary, and splendid rococo gilt furniture, all to adorn the house and complement its decoration by the great Swiss-Italian stuccadores the Lafranchini brothers. The Milltowns remained at Russborough until the early 20th century when the last countess donated its contents to the National Gallery of Ireland. The house passed to a nephew of the 4th Earl of Milltown, Edmund Turton, whose widow later sold it to the Daly family. It was purchased in 1952 by Sir Alfred and Lady Beit, who installed the family’s internationally acclaimed art collection, comprising works by artists such as Murillo, Vermeer and Velázquez. Several well publicized robberies did not deter the Beits from two extraordinary acts of generosity to the benefit of the Irish people. Major works of art were donated to the National Gallery of Ireland, while the house and its important collection were passed to the Alfred Beit Foundation. Russborough is now open to the public.
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Punchestown Racecourse

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Punchestown racecourse are pleased to announce that the 2015 festival will take place from Tuesday 28th April to Saturday 2nd May. These dates correspond with the same week the festival ran in 2014 commencing on the last Tuesday of April and running into the bank holiday weekend. Tickets will be on sale shortly but please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any queries. Once again many thanks for your support this season and we look forward to welcoming you back to Punchestown soon
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The Irish National Stud and Gardens

Historical landmark
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The Irish National Stud belongs to the people of Ireland but prides itself on being enjoyed and appreciated by visitors from all parts of the globe. Nowhere better symbolises all that is great about County Kildare, the beating heart of Ireland's thoroughbred industry, than the stud, a unique attraction of outstanding natural beauty that is home to some of the most magnificent horses and sumptuous gardens to be found anywhere in the world. From horses to horticulture, the Irish National Stud offers you a unique experience that can be enjoyed at your own leisure or as part of a guided tour. Come to the Stud and share with us one of Ireland's true treasures.
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The Curragh Racecourse

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The Curragh Racecourse
Co Kildare, IE


Winners of numerous awards including the Gold Medal Award for Country House of the Year 2007 & 2008. Best Restaurant in Leinster 2007 (Food & Wine Magazine) Irish Breakfast Awards a record 4 times, and the AA Five Diamond Award for Guest Accommodation, Rathsallagh is a large f country house converted from Queen Anne stables in 1798. Although it is located just one hour south of Dublin airport, Rathsallagh is set in a peaceful oasis of 530 acres of parkland which also incorporates the Golf course. Rathsallagh Golf Club is a magnificent course set on 230 acres of rolling parkland with thousands of mature trees, lakes, streams and excellent U.S.G.A specified greens. Designed by Peter McEvoy and Christy O’Connor Junior the course has been highly acclaimed by the golfing press: “Augusts without the Azalea ... As good a layout and challenge as you will find anywhere in Irish Golf “ ( John Redmond ) Rathsallagh prides itself on its extremely high maintenance standards, which enables play throughout the year. In addition Rathsallagh boasts the Brendan McDaid Golf Academy with facilities such as pitching and putting greens, driving range and the latest A Star computer aided coaching and teaching system. Rathsallagh House is a family run establishment and has a happy and relaxed atmosphere with log and turf fires in the bar and drawing rooms. The food at Rathsallagh is country house cooking at its best, Game in season and fresh fish are specialities. Breakfast in Rathsallagh is an experience in itself and has won the National Breakfast Awards a record four times. In addition to the Golf course Rathsallagh also has conference and meeting rooms, Spa room, billiard room, and tennis court. Rathsallagh is also less than 1 hours drive from some of Irelands other well known Golf Clubs and has special rates and arrangements for guests at The K Club, Druids Glen, Mount Juliet, Carton, The Heritage, Powerscourt and many more.

Cancellation Policy

• If for any reason you need to cancel your reservation within 21 days of arrival a one night charge will apply. Within 7 days of arrival the reservation is liable in full. It is regretted that no allowance can be made for accommodation being vacated before the expiry of the reservation. Every effort will be made to resell cancelled rooms and if resold the above conditions will not apply. Please note that out of consideration to our guests smoking is not permitted in the bedrooms at Rathsallagh.

Facility Restrictions

No restrictions open for tem building, clay pigeon shooting, archery, quad bikes etc etc. No noise restrictions.

Additional Information

An exclusive use venue catering for high end private meetings. Two boardrooms catering for 25 boardroom style or 40 theatre style. One main room catering for up to 250. two breakout rooms. Mile long avenue, 580 acres of parklands. Helicopter pad. Exclusivity and privacy guaranteed. Less than 1 hour from Dublin International Airport.

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