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Sleeps - 20
Region - Ireland
Facilities Snooker / Billiards · Wifi
Features Dogs Allowed · Fully Catered
Drenagh is one of the great late Georgian Estates of the North West of Ireland. This beautiful neo classical country house lies between two tributaries of the River Roe in some of the most fertile farmland in Ireland.
This magical private home set in 1000 acres of parkland and surrounded by a ring of majestic Irish oak woodland, is one of Ireland’s least known yet finest late Georgian country houses. The history of this outstanding house stretches back over 300 years and is a stunning setting for your wedding, film shoot, corporate entertainment or private house party.
The farm has been in organic production for over ten years and this is reflected in the cuisine. Every effort is made to support local and organic producers by sourcing the meat and vegetables used in the kitchen from the region. The staff include a butler, cook, household staff and chauffeur.
Within twenty minutes drive are six golf courses, including Royal Portrush, four Blue Flag beaches and countless restaurants and bars to sample some classic Irish hospitality.
Helicopter transfers or airport collection in a Range Rover (or similar car) can also be arranged.
This magical private home set in 1000 acres of parkland and surrounded by a ring of majestic Irish oak woodland, is one of Ireland’s least known yet finest late Georgian country houses. The history of this outstanding house stretches back over 300 years. Drenagh is a perfect venue for a classic Irish shooting weekend.
Drenagh can accommodate up to twenty guests in ten rooms, four poster beds abound and each has its own bathroom.
The main reception rooms offer a magnificent and relaxed setting for anything from shooting and fishing parties to conferences and formal banquets. In addition to the morning room, library, drawing room, two dining rooms and billiard room, there is a games room, a home cinema, an indoor pool, spa facilities and a children’s nursery.
Driven pheasant shooting is available (minimum 200 bird days) from October to the end of January.
There is excellent saltwater and freshwater fishing in the area: Salmon and Sea Trout on the Rivers Roe, Faughan, Bann, Owenkillew, Mourne and Finn; Wild Brown Trout on hill Loughs throughout the Sperrin Mountains; huge (20lbs plus) Rainbow Trout can be caught in the nearby Stone Falls fishery and some truly exciting sport can be had fly fishing for Sea Bass and Mullet in the Bann Estuary.
A guide is available daily or weekly.
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