Partry House

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Partry House estate lies on the limestone and marl shores of Lough Carra. Built for the Lynch family in 1667, the house stands on a rise overlooking the bright waters of "Fionnloch Ceara", renowned in history and legend. Parkland surrounding Partry House sweeps down to the lake, and the landscape changes from low hazelwood to mixed woodland, from bog to pasture, from forestry to the broad expanse of the gentle lake waters.

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Car

From Castlebar:
Take the N84 southbound Through Ballintubber
Through Partry they are Approx. 1.5km on the left

From Dublin:
Take the M4 from Dublin then N4 to Longford then N5 to Castlebar then N84 southbound Through Ballintubber
Through Partry they are Approx. 1.5km on the left

From Galway:
Take the N84 northbound Turn right at Headford Through Ballinrobe then take N84 towards Partry then First right after Keel Bridge


Train

Claremorris or Castlebar train station

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Contact

Address: Partry House, Partry, County Mayo, Ireland
Phone: + 353 94 954 3004
Email: info@partryhouse.com

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