Every room and each suite in the house offers an impressive array of amenities, specially chosen to give our guests a sense of Irish tradition and hospitality.

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The Viceroy Room - Stateroom Twin

The Viceroy Room - Stateroom Twin

A very spacious and comfortable room with a double bathroom, The Viceroy Room is situated in the former kitchen wing and so benefits from additional seclusion and privacy.

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The Lady Caroline Coote Room - Junior Suite

The Lady Caroline Coote Room - Junior Suite

With its gracefully rococo stucco work ceiling, the Lady Caroline Coote Room (formerly Lady Coote’s boudoir) is among the most pleasingly elegant bedrooms at Ballyfin.

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The Butler Room - Junior Suite

The Butler Room - Junior Suite

Originally the bedchamber of Lady Caroline Coote’s private suite, this handsome room overlooking the lake, with its dramatic red wallpaper has now been restored to its original proportions.

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The Knight’s Room - Stateroom

The Knight’s Room - Stateroom

A charming suit of armour in miniature, perched on a gilded console between the windows, gives this room its name.

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The Westmeath Room - Stateroom

The Westmeath Room - Stateroom

The Westmeath Room perfectly evokes the character of the furnished bedrooms of the house when it was built in the early nineteenth century.

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The Maryborough Room - Stateroom

The Maryborough Room - Stateroom

Located above the Library on the south-east corner of the house, the Maryborough Room takes its name from the county town of Laois, itself named after Henry VIII’s daughter Mary.

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