(Reference number: 56176)
Annesbrook is an Impressive 18th century Georgian country house surrounded by manicured lawns and mature woodlands.
Ideally located less than an hour from Dublin, this hitoric residence is an integral part of the 'Royal County's' living heritage.
The property is approached via a long avenue magnificently set in woodlands and rolling countryside.
The front of the house has the Georgian rooms and portico which were added when the prince regent, later to become George IV, paid a visit in 1816.
This splendid house offers all sorts of possibilities as a setting for special events. From the magnificent entrance hall with its feature curved staircase through to the diningroom, which seats thirty, and onwards to the Gothic Banqueting Hall which seat sixty comfortably. French doors open out from the Banqueting Hall which make it ideal for extending the space with a marquee.
Designed by renowned architect, Francis Johnson, the front Georgian section hides a much older and modest farmhouse behind. It is estimated there has been a house on the site since the 15th century.
The banqueting hall and portico have been restored, other projects are being undertaken to restore Annesbrook to itâ€™s full grandure. The restoration has been funded by the family, The Irish Georgian Society, The Heritage Council, Meath County Council and Meath Partnership.
The historical setting provides an atmospheric backdrop to an intimate and exclusive gathering, an ideal venue for weddings, private parties, meetings, concerts, theatre, lectures and pop-up dinners. We can offer you the opportunity to design your own event in a magical and unique setting.
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