Killruddery House is located just south of Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. It is very near to the Little Sugar Loaf Mountain in Bray. This very great place was rebuilt in 1651 since the original house was burned six years earlier. The 2nd Earl of Meath built the house and it has been under the family for years.
Here's the view of the house from The Tearoom. Their tea room serves freshly baked bead like scones. They also have homemade jam which to my taste is really delicious.
|Freshly baked scones|
The tour to the house is available by appointment or during the months of July, August and September from 1 pm to 4 pm. Unfortunately, we didn't get the chance to see what's inside but we had a peek of what can be seen inside The Orangery.
|Inside The Orangery|
More pictures coming up featuring the garden all around the house.