This magnificent large period house sits on circa 6.2 acres and is located at Ballintaggart as you approach Dingle town. It was built in 1703 as a hunting lodge for the Earl of Cork.
This commanding iconic property was a private residence up until the mid 1990s when it became a tourism destination and was run as a hostel and campsite. From the late 2000s until 2019 it was run as a popular bespoke wedding venue with guest accommodation.
The property is in need of refurbishment throughout and has a lot of magnificent original features. It is being sold unfurnished.
The Main House consists of an entrance porch leading on into the main reception hall with two large reception rooms off to the right and left. Also on the ground floor you have a large kitchen area, store room, bar area, public toilets and a back kitchen space. The first floor consists of 6 large ensuite bedrooms with commanding views of the surrounding countryside and Dingle Bay.
The charming courtyard off the rear of the main house has another circa 17 bedrooms which are mostly en suite and are in need of upgrading. There are stables and a large campsite area adjacent to the house.
The property does require investment in order to bring it back to its former glory but offers a purchaser an abundance of great potential in moving forward as either a private residence or an exclusive guest house with a wedding venue and campsite.