Tankardstown House

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Tankardstown House

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Welcome to this incredible Irish Gem. Nestled in a haven of serenity, it has everything for worldwide visitors to spend the most memorable of stays. The 18th Century Manor House and Orangery are incredibly impressive and the accommodation options are fantastic. All rooms have been individually designed to the highest of standard. Couples particularly love the Courtyard cottage suites. Can you believe that they have private access to the magical walled garden? Yes! That is also where the hot tub is. Are you ready for an out of this world culinary adventure? Enjoy a fine dining experience in the award winning Brabazon restaurant. Their renowned 7 and 10 course tasting menus are a particular favourite of guests and foodie lovers. Where dishes are based on fresh seasonal produce, from the walled kitchen gardens, and poly tunnels on the Tankardstown Estate and from local and regional producers. Available for exclusive hire, this venue can make any dream wedding come true. It is a pretty perfect location for workshops, conferences and product launches too.

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Rathkenny ,
Slane, Co. Meath , C15 D535

+353 41 98 24621






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