The Manor House
Our stunning 18th Century Manor House is available for hire on an exclusive basis. Whether you are celebrating an anniversary, birthday or hosting a family get together, Tulfarris Manor House, is guaranteed to provide a memorable setting. It’s seven individually designed bedrooms expertly blend all the style, splendour and sophistication of 18th century manor life, with all the comfort, luxury and extras to meet modern expectations. The opulent reception rooms & library boast open fires, heavy drapes and luxurious furnishings. Transport yourself back to a time of grandeur and elegance.
Our Manor House at Tulfarris Hotel and Golf Resort date back over 200 years but the origins of the estate on which it stands can be traced back to the 12th century. Situated on the shores of the stunning Blessington Lakes the house has been a private home to noble families, military leaders and sports stars.
The Manor House, is a classic Georgian design and elegant proportions and has been completely restored to bring it back to its former glory. It includes seven luxurious bedrooms which have been decorated in heritage colours and fabrics, evocative of the style in which the house was built. Modern and contemporary facilities and comforts have been sympathetically added to the old building while not impinging on its historical design.
Boasting 2 elegant reception rooms, a library and a dining room, which offer relaxed spaces for families and friends to gather. The spectacular dining room can seat 14 people for dinner and provides an elegant space for friends to gather and enjoy a private dinner. The various drawing rooms with their Italian marble fireplaces are comfortable spots to sit and enjoy an after-dinner drink or a chat or simply to lounge around, reading, watching movies, or playing family board games.
Each of the seven impressive rooms in our 18th century manor house is individually designed, commanding stunning views across the Blessington lakes and Wicklow mountains. Drawing inspiration from the varied flora of the estate, each bedroom has it’s own unique story and style, and has been individually named after Blessington’s indigenous plants and flowers. Each room features a king-size bed with sumptuous bedding, opulent drapes and deep pile carpets while the ensuite bathroom evokes relaxation with bath/shower and under-floor heating.
Locally, there are some interesting places to explore including the Palladian mansion at Russborough House which is also home to the National Bird of Prey Centre. The nearby Blessington Greenway links the historic town of Blessington with Russborough House and offers spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Bring a bike and cycle the Greenway, exploring the local area, with a delicious picnic happily prepared by our Chef upon request.
Musical entertainment can be arranged each evening while daytime activities such as archery, falconry or clay pigeon shooting can be arranged upon request. Golfers can enjoy preferential golf rates at our 18-hole championship course while lessons with our club professional, Tom O’Neil are also available for both adults and children.