The house, a listed Heritage Georgian
Manor (1720) boasts a splendid Victorian
Conservatory which was constructed
in 1866 by Richard Turner, the greatest
ironmaster and designer of glasshouses
of the Victorian era.
The Longueville Conservatory illustrates the lightness of effect made
possible by new glass technology
which allowed Turner to use bigger
and wider panes than he had used
previously at the Botanical Gardens,
Belfast (1839), Glasnevin (1843-69)
and Kew (1848).
There are twenty bedrooms all individually
decorated in good taste and superb
comfort. All rooms ensuite (bth/shr)
and CTV. 5 Family rooms, 5 non-smoking
The Presidents' Restaurant is truly
the heart of Longueville, where
guests partake of the fresh produce
from the Estate's farm, gardens
& river lovingly prepared and presented
by Chef William O'Callaghan.
Longueville has an extensive wine list that has been carefully selected
from the Old and New Worlds' vineyards.
There are seperate non-smoking and
smoking dining rooms. A private
dining room is available for small