The Baron Irnham

Understandably, one of the best views of the estate

When you are the man responsible with planting most of what grows on a sprawling 567-acre parkland estate, it is only right that the room named after you centuries later, boasts panoramic views looking out over your incredible creation. The Baron Irnham is centrally located in the castle, so that it’s close enough to all its amenities. This big, bright, en-suite room is centred around a large double bed that sits under a magnificent bedhead. But the pièce de résistance in this space of timeless luxury must surely be the stunning bay window that offers its lucky occupants unrivalled views out over the Baron’s spectacular estate.

Amenities

336sq ft room with large double/twin bed

Complimentary WiFi

Large bathroom with shower and sink (toilet adjacent to room)

Large bay window with 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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