Ballinacurra House is a "Private Estate for Exclusive Hire" - close to Ireland's gourmet capital, Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland.
In these frenetic times, "Privacy is a Priceless Commodity". But set within a walled garden with 10 foot-high stone walls, security gates and 40 acres of woodland and lawns, this 18th Century luxury Cork country mansion brings back old-world opulence and personal service in a modern and totally private way.
Our exclusive-use estate offers all of the luxuries you would expect in any five-star setting, but we do not have the downsides of a hotel or guesthouse - sharing with people you do not know.
With the owners' 25 years experience in the event management business, Ballinacurra House is fast becoming known as Ireland's Premier Intimate Events House with a guarantee of privacy, discretion and style. Ballinacurra House is the ideal venue for corporate meetings, team building events, golf groups, family reunions and intimate and bespoke private weddings.
In addition to the extensive buildings, as part of your Exclusive Use you also can enjoy the 40+ acres of the property. We have a magnificent south-facing walled garden which features an outdoor entertainment patio, croquet lawn, children's playground, helipads, picnic lawn, stream and pond, and manicured lawns leading down to a large natural forest, river estuary and a small boat jetty (see photos on our website gallery).
Less than 5 minutes from Kinsale - the culinary capital Kinsale - with all it has to offer in food, activities and leisure.www.Kinsale.ie
20 minutes from the world class Old Head Golf Course (our particular advantages is that we are on the back route so there is no need to go through the town in the busy summer months) www.oldheadgolflinks.com
20 minutes from Cork International Airport with direct access to Dublin, London and other UK cities and many cities across Europe. www.cork-airport.com 40 minutes from Cork Central Railway Station Just 2 hours by road from Dublin New Improved Highway 30 minutes from the new Cork - Wales ferry crossing