Given its name by the daughter of Simon Luttrell, the Duchess of Cumberland, complete with a charming four poster bed, offers beautiful views of the courtyard and surrounding gardens.
Named after the original owners of the Castle the Luttrell room has a beautiful four poster bed situated in the centre of the room.
Located over the central entrance to the Castle the Luttrell room is at the heart of everything.
This was the bedroom of Aileen Plunkett, descendant of Arthur Guinness and one of the Castle's former owners. The Aileen Plunkett room is a bright spacious room with a large adjoining double bathroom. This room has many unique features including an antique copper stand alone tub.
Overlooking the vast open lands of Luttrellstown this charming room is decorated with soft pastel colours and has a bright airy feel. Carhampton was given its name from Colonel Henry Luttrell the 2nd Earl of Carhampton.
A bright spacious,comfortable room overlooking the front gardens of the castle. the King John holds within its walls the medieval staircase leading down to the Van Stry room
Positioned close to all amenities within the castle, this room has a bright and airy feel.
Baron Irnham is credited with much of the forest and tree planting at Luttrellstown, many of which can be viewed from this room today.
This room is named after a former owner of Luttrellstown. During the time of Lord Annaly, Queen Victoria visited Luttrellstown and a monument has been erected in the glen in her memory. The Lord Annaly enjoys a great central location within the castle and has been tastefully decorated with warm comfortable colours.
Centrally positioned within the main accommodation wing of the castle the Millennium, with a superb four poster bed was named after a famous race horse called Millennium that was galloped on the estate and won many famous races. A photo of Millennium graces the walls of this accommodation.
With an elevated adjoining bathroom the Luke White is a charming room decorated in soothing colours and fabrics. This room takes its name from Luke White the famous Dublin book seller and former owner of Luttrellstown Castle.
Named after Queen Victoria who visited Luttrellstown twice during her reign, this room, with its adjoining quaint bathroom, is situated in a quiet section of the castle in a peaceful setting overlooking the front gardens.
Situated on the ground floor of the castle the Guinness suite is positioned conveniently next the the Library with views directly out to the landscaped gardens of the castle.
A spacious suite with separate sitting room and bedroom it is named after Arthur Ernst Guinness former owner of Luttrellstown. A painting of the great man hangs proudly in this suite.
Overlooking the inner courtyard of the castle, the Lady Elizabeth room was named after the daughter of Simon Luttrell.
A spacious twin bedded room enjoying a south facing aspect.
Luttrellstown Castle Resort
Castleknock, Ireland, D15 RH92
Tel +353 1 860 9600