Four one-of-a kind double en-suite bedrooms, each with its own wonderful aspect of the gardens.


Flowering plants & birdlife in Ballintubbert Gardens & House inspired a beautiful mural within our Garden Room

This luxurious bedroom commands views to the West over the Potagers and is favored as the Bridal Suite. It’s superior en-suite benefits from a steam room


This room presides over the Shackleton garden with its rich & diverse floral planting scheme designed & created by Arthur Shackleton

This south facing double-aspect room is the height of luxury with a superior en-suite.

C-Day & Shaw

Up a level are C-Day and Shaw rooms; two luxury bedrooms each uniquely styled in honor of these former residents. Both rooms face directly east benefitting from sunrise over the canal.

Extra guests can be accommodated in our secret fifth bedroom - the Sir John Hurt.


Given the opulence of Ballintubbert’s lavishly furnished rooms, it’s farmhouse style family kitchen & traditional dining room is reassuringly homely while professionally appointed for self catering large groups

sitting room

The sitting room is the ideal spot to enjoy afternoon tea or a lazy Sunday with the papers

With fireplaces in every room made from Irish marble Kilkenny Black, Ballintubbert is as cosy & snug in winter as it is alfresco in summer

Ballintubbert House has been described as a charming blend of luxury & style, spiced with theatrical flourishes & artistic intrigue while grounded by rural comforts

Kick off the evening with a cocktail in the cinematic map room, dine on the terrace & retire to the club rooms of the basement bar

House guests can increase the size of their party by taking the accompanying School House & Garden Rooms, not to mention a myriad of boutique camping options hidden within the grounds.