Luttrellstown Castle Resort is a privately owned estate, with its historic Castle and walled gardens being offered for hire on an exclusive basis. With twelve beautifully appointed bedrooms, awe inspiring library, magnificent ballrooms and manicured lawns.
The Van Stry ballroom accommodates up to 120 guests whilst the Kentian accommodates an additional 60 guests. The Kentian Room is a magnificent setting for an intimate civil ceremony, easily accommodating 100 guests theatre style.
The Castle and surrounding gardens are at your disposal for the period of your stay. Through an absolute commitment to personalised service and utmost discretion guest satisfaction is assured. Each aspect of your stay revolves around your individual needs – including choice of menus, beverages, accommodation and recreational activities. The Luttrellstown team are on hand to ensure your stay is truly memorable.
Luttrellstown takes its name from the Luttrells who held the estate for more than 300 years until it passed from the family in 1811. The exact age of the castle is unknown, as it is almost impossible to separate the present structure from the earlier stronghold around which the famous Gothic façade is built. There is evidence to show that Sir Henry Luttrell seized the estate in 1436, during the reign of King John. The room known today as King John’s Room holds within its walls the medieval staircase leading down to the Van Stry Room.
Over the years many famous people have passed through the doors; these include Queen Victoria who was a guest here in 1849 and 1900. Other distinguished visitors were the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco, Fred Astaire, Douglas Fairbanks, Queen Magrethe II of Denmark, Paul Newman and Ronald Reagan. More recently Kelly Clarkson and her band have made themselves at home in the castle. Luttrellstown’s media profile was raised further when Victoria and David Beckham were married here on 4 July 1999.
Luttrelstown Castle Capacities
|Set up Style
|Van Stry Ballroom
|Van Stry & Kential