Williamstadt House

June 16, 2017  •  1 Comment

On the west coast of Lough Derg, Co.Clare lies many a house of grandure, yet few have the charm and eye detail that this 18th centuary house can offer. See the slideshow below.

 

Click to see GalleryWilliamstadt House Gardens and Entrance.

 

Taking a step back in time. Williamstadt House is a beautiful Historic Country Manor House. This Georgian Beauty is set amidst mature lush gardens and lawns with a variety of specimen and fruit trees and surrounded by centuries-old beech, ash and oak trees where the hammock hangs.

The house boasts a private fifty-acre wood which runs along the lake with trails for hiking and horse riding and its own private harbor for boating and kayaking. The park-like setting allows the visitor to truly enjoy and experience a place out of time, where life takes a slower pace. Relax and take a swing beneath a 300-year-old chestnut tree and watch the light play on the hills of Tipperary across the lake, enjoy an evening badminton game on the lawn, drinks and dinner under the evening sky, shimmering with stars. Soak in a beautiful Victorian bathtub and get cozy in front of a turf fire in one of the comfortable reception rooms

 

The Courtyard at Williamstadt House many features including a two bed two bath cottage in the 200-year-old Coach House, Known as the GameKeeper's Cottage. It is newly renovated with all the modern amenities and makes a nice addition to the main House.

 

Williamstadt House is located one mile from the village of Whitegate, an easy stroll or cycle down the small country lane. Nearby towns include the beautiful lakeside village of Mountshannon and the Historic Killaloe, with restaurants, pubs, shops and local farmers markets.

 

This area is renowned worldwide for its Traditional Music and sessions happen in the pubs on many an evening. The world famous Feakle Music Festival happens here yearly. There are many Golf Links in the area, Portumna and East Clare among them. In season there are thousands of acres of private land available for Deer Stalking as well as Duck, Pheasant and Woodcock Shooting.

 

 


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