The Aileen Plunket

Experience the exquisite tastes of the former owner

When your father is a member of the world-famous Guinness family, it’s probably not that surprising to be given an incredible gift like your very own Irish castle. When you are a guest in the original room of Aileen Plunket (née Guinness), you shouldn’t be surprised if you fall head over heels in love with what’s on offer. From the luxurious four-poster bed and beautiful bay windows, to the stunning stand-alone copper tub situated right in the middle of the adjoining bathroom, this truly is a taste of the life of luxury experienced by this exceptional woman.

Amenities

480sq ft room with four-poster double bed

Complimentary WiFi

396sq ft en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower

Stunning, standalone copper bathtub (decoration only)

Large, wood-burning fireplace (decoration only)

Large bay window with north-east facing estate views

Luxurious 100% cotton monogrammed bed linen

Turn-down service with a Luttrellstown chocolate

Fresh bottle mineral water in every bedroom daily

Molton Brown bathroom beauty accessories

Bathrobes and slippers

Laundry and dry-cleaning services

13-amp sockets

 

 

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