Treehouses will provide distinctive accommodation in a magical estate setting

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Treehouses will provide distinctive accommodation in a magical estate setting

The magnificent Georgian mansion, built by Charles Lanyon for the McCausland family in 1837, is the centrepiece of Drenagh Estate. It exudes elegance and grandeur. From the exquisite period interiors, to the handsome parkland setting, guests can’t help but relax in the tranquillity and comfort of this beautiful stately home.
 
These treehouses will form part of the extensive development works planned for the estate. These also include a new coffee shop and a wedding marquee incorporated into the walled garden, as well other high-end installations. The treehouses are designed to provide distinctive overnight accommodation, appropriate for this magical setting.

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