Located above the Library on the south-east corner of the house, the Maryborough Room takes its name from the county town of Laois, itself named after Henry VIII’s daughter Mary.

Maryborough was established in the Tudor period around a strategic site in the centre of the county, now identified with the town of Port Laoise located nine kilometres east of Ballyfin. Its application to this delightful room recalls the peerage granted in 1821 to one of the Ballyfin’s previous owners William Wellesley-Pole. The views from the room across the Pleasure Grounds are outstanding.

Room size

Bedroom

Overlooks side, fountain, view of lake 25 sqm (270 sq ft).

Bathroom

Overlooks front & lake 12 sqm (129 sq ft).


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