Killeavy Castle Estate, a Grade A listed historical building in County Armagh, sits majestically on the slopes of Slieve Gullion and is the centrepiece of a historic estate comprising 350 acres of farmland and woods.
The Castle was designed in 1836 by architect George Papworth of Dublin. Formally Killeavy Lodge, the Foxall family had their home rebuilt in the style of the pre-Victorian Gosford Castle. Towers, Tudoresque windows and a medieval style door transformed the modest farmhouse into a home fit for a king. Situated on the eastern base of Slieve Gullion, the castle and surrounding grounds brought a new element to the beautiful landscape.
After completing an extensive redevelopment programme that commenced in 2017 the current Killeavy Castle Estate will offer;
-A tastefully restored Killeavy Castle with cellar bar, large reception spaces and 4 unique suites and bedrooms that exude the ultimate in luxury and character.
-A modern 45-bedroom Estate within the Grade B listed coach house with sweeping views over the surrounding hinterland.
-A permanent Marquee to the rear of the Castle that is ideal for weddings or a range of events accommodating up to 200 guests.
-A restored walled garden with café
-Conversion of the Killeavy Castle Gatelodge into a self-catering 3-bedroom accommodation block
Contact a member of our team to arrange a viewing to get a true feel for what Killeavy Castle Estate can offer to you and your guests.