Private Hire Venue for Corporate Groups size 20 max.
Private venue, free from distractions, a welcome escape from the city
Let our friendly dogs take you for a walk, enjoy falconry on the lawn, onsite fly fishing with our ghillie, a guided tour of the gardens & orchardsBook Now
with optional gourmet dining experiences and on site outdoor activities
Longueville House is a stunning 303-year-old listed Georgian Country House hidden in the heart of a 400-acre wooded estate overlooking The Blackwater Valley, County Cork - the scenic gateway to the Southwest of Ireland.
This winter period, Longueville House may be booked privately for small groups, multigenerational family gatherings and Corporate delegates requiring privacy and pace of an Exclusive Hire Venue. Longueville House sleeps from 2 to 26 guests at full bed capacity. B&B comes as standard. Housekeeping every other day. Meal plans may be pre-booked with Chef/ Patron, William O'Callaghan. BYOB available. Service is pared back, less formal but professional.
Longueville is a family story where for generations The O'Callaghans have preserved and merged their passion for the house, the fertile land surrounding, exquisite food and entertaining, with the kitchen garden being at the heart of it all.
Maintaining and modernising the house and grounds has been a labour of love for Jane, William and Aisling, your hosts. A home from home, classis but informal, where open log fires crackle in vintage hearths and intriguing heirlooms jostle with fresh flowers from the gardens.
For years The O'Callaghans have made an ongoing commitment to only using home grown and local produce, celebrating the seasons, incorporating the most authentic and freshest of ingredients, thus enabling William create menus bursting with flavour. What's not grown or reared in Longueville is sourced from local farms and artisan suppliers.
The ethos here is simple but with integrity, our style is relaxed, less formal. Conserving the beauty of Longueville through generations of love, to be shared with future generations to come.