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Address:Rokeby Hall, Grangebellew, Co. Louth
Email:info@rokeby.ie
Phone:086 8644228
Website:http://www.rokeby.ie

 

 

 

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Rokeby Hall is a Georgian country house built by Francis Johnston c. 1785 for Archbishop Richard Robinson.  The house is a testament to the architects and the skilled craftsmen of the Georgian era and is today considered to be one of the most significant historic country houses remaining in Co. Louth.

Rokeby Hall is opened to the public as follows May 1st to May 31st Monday to Saturday 10am to 2pm Closed on Sundays 

August 20th to 28th Heritage Week Daily including Sundays 10am to 2pm - Please note that tours during Heritage Week will be at specific times, please check www.rokeby.ie  

September 1st to 31st Monday to Saturday 10am to 2pm Closed on Sundays  

Entrance Fees Adults €7 Students/ OAPs €5 Bookings are not required for visits by individuals or small groups during above times. Groups of 8 or more should phone or e-mail in advance 

Bookings 086-8844228 or www.rokeby.ie

Children are welcome but must be supervised 

 

Other Information:

Booking is not required for individuals or small groups at the above times

Groups of 8 or larger please phone or email in advance to book.

Children are welcome but must be supervised


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