A very spacious and comfortable room with a double bathroom, The Viceroy Room is situated in the former kitchen wing and so benefits from additional seclusion and privacy.

The half-octagon shape of the room is particularly pleasing and exemplifies the subtle manipulation of space for which the Morrisons, Ballyfin’s architects, are famous. The room is a delight during the daytime with light pouring in through the Diocletian window overlooking the courtyard. The fine portrait of a young boy to the left of the window is a work of 1835 by the Irish artist Trevor Thomas Fowler. The room is named in honour of The Earl of Aberdeen, Ireland’s last Viceroy, who visited Ballyfin in 1911.

Room size

On the ground floor.


Overlooks courtyard 42 sqm.

Bathroom 1

Overlooks courtyard 18 sqm.

Bathroom 2

Disabled friendly 8 sqm.