The Duchess of Cumberland

Enjoy the incredible sights outside and in

They say the first thing everyone noticed about the Anne, the Duchess of Cumberland, was her enchanting eyes. The first thing you’ll notice in this classic Irish castle bedroom, is the beautiful four-poster double bed with its huge mattress and ornate curtains. As you pass your eyes across the enchanting bedroom named in her honour, take in the carefully chosen furniture that perfectly balances charm with comfort. However, the best part of this bedroom must be waking up to the incredible views of the courtyard and surrounding gardens, provided by the large bay windows.

Amenities

378sq ft room with four-poster double bed

Complimentary WiFi

Large en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower

Stunning, vintage copper bathtub (decoration only)

Large, wood-burning fireplace (decoration only)

Large bay window with west-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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