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Creamery House in Castlecomer - Places to Visit in Kilkenny

Creamery House is an 18th century Georgian house located in the centre of the town of Castlecomer in County Kilkenny. Originally built in approx.1750 by the Wandesforde family who lived on the eastern side of the Deen river which flows through the town. Creamery House became dilapidated over the years but has now been extensively restored.

Location

Castlecomer, Kilkenny.

We are located just 20 minutes from Kilkenny city in the quaint town of Castlecomer which boasts handsome lime trees along the main street, a number of cafés and the parkland and craft shops at Discovery Park.

Facilities and Services

  • Office and Meeting Room facilities
  • Event and Photograhy location

Renovations

Great care has been taken to preserve many of the traditional items, details and finishes. Where new materials are used, the detailing and finish of the new items resemble Georgian finishes as closely as was possible. The items such as the joinery work, plasterwork, etc., are very specific to this building and great care was taken to recreate these items. Bespoke tools and moulds were manufactured to replicate the existing details.

2016 Opening Times

  • Saturday 2nd July to Sunday 18th September
  • 12pm to 4pm
  • Admission - €3 per adult (all proceeds donated to local charities)

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