The Luke White

A tale of elegance and comfort

Wealthy and well-connected Dublin bookseller Luke White became the first person outside the Luttrell family to own the Irish castle when he bought it from them around 1829. While his renaming of the castle to ‘Woodlands’ never stuck, his memory remains in this beautifully-decorated bedroom. The elegant, elevated en-suite marble-finished bathroom is just one of the unique features of this soothing and spacious bedroom. There are also a host of sophisticated furnishing like the vintage dressing table, the wonderful wardrobes and the enormous fireplace. Finally, the big bay window that offers unrivalled views of the sprawling estate, makes the perfect place to sit back and relax as you honour his memory by losing yourself in a good book.

Classic Room Amenities

272sq FT room with large double bed

Complimentary WiFi

Large en-suite bathroom with bath and shower

Large, wood-burning fireplace (decoration only)

Large bay window with south 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

Room connects with The Queen Victoria

 

 

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