Whitechurch House is a superb Georgian Residence set on 23 hectares of breathtaking woodland, backed by the panoramic Knockmealdown Mountains. Located in Cappagh, County Waterford, the house dates from 1737 and was once the home of the Earl of Huntingdon. Recently restored to include a number of luxurious apartments, this historical residence still retains many of the features and wonders of the original country mansion.
Each beautiful apartment is fully fitted, featuring a hallway, spacious kitchen/dining room, bathroom and two or three bedrooms, ensuring maximum comfort and convenience. The apartments include central heating, TV, direct dial telephone, linen, washer, dryer and barbecue patio area so guests can make the most of warm, sunny days. The property also includes a private tennis court and is adjacent to the Finish River, a great place for trout fishing.
While holidaying in Cappagh, guests can enjoy the many varied attractions available nearby. They can take a drive through the scenic Knockmealdown and Comeragh mountains. The nearby Blackwater River is renowned for salmon fishing, and golf enthusiasts will find several excellent courses within driving distance. Other local attractions include Lismore Castle and the famous House of Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre in Waterford City.