- Stunning grounds by the sea
- Built in 1862 by Guinness Master brewer
- Perfect for weddings & receptions
Rosedale House – An Exclusive Private Residence – Elegant, Stylish & Exclusive!
Set in stunning grounds by the sea in South County Dublin, for many years Rosedale House has been Ireland’s prime Exclusive Private Residence.
Sumptuous bedrooms, elegant reception and dining rooms, home cinema and beautifully landscaped gardens will ensure your stay will be extremely comfortable and relaxing.
You can enjoy the nearby Killiney beach or relax and dine on the terrace in the walled garden. Or simply take a trip into Dublin city centre for an evening out.
For other day time activity why not try out one of the world class golf courses nearby or a bit of horse riding, fishing or a wander in the “The Garden of Ireland” – the nearby Wicklow Mountains visible from the house. In winter you may wish to curl up by a roaring log fire and while away the day in this peaceful and tranquil setting. The current owners have recently renovated Rosedale House and kept the gardens chemical free for over 20 years.
Rosedale House History
Rosedale House was built in 1862 by Guinness Master brewer “Penny” as his family home. It is a gracious double fronted Georgian house with parkland surroundings and beautiful gardens. The gardens were designed by David Moore, a close friend of the Plunkett family who lived in Rosedale when it was first built. Moore was curator of the National Botanic Gardens in Glasnevin. He called upon the owners of large estates and gardens in Ireland to cultivate rare exotic plant varieties not expected to thrive in Glasnevin. The planting of Rosedale House, Headfort and Fota Island attest to this.
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