Formerly part of the nursery, The Morrison Room overlooks the Pleasure Grounds, taking in on one side the Cascade, and on the other the eighteenth-century gardener’s house and the walled garden behind.

This is a single room and takes its name from the father and son team who were the architects of Ballyfin.
The bedroom and bathroom both enjoy views out over the gardens where the Liriodendron tulipfera – or Tulip tree – is a noteworthy, ancient specimen standing close to the site of the eighteenth-century house of the poles.

Room size


Single with view of cascade 17 sqm (183 sq ft).


Overlooking cascade 9 sqm (96 sq ft).


The Morrison & Tapestry rooms can be used together as a private wing.