Killruddery House & Gardens, Bray

(4.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • Had a wonderful time visiting Santa here last week. Staff were so friendly and looked after us from start to finish. The Santa was brilliant with the children and the gifts were great. Would definitel...  more »
  • Killruddery House & Gardens is well worth the visit. The house is grand and stately. Walking the Gardens is a real treat with trails in the hedges, graceful statuary and a real sense of tranquility. W...  more »
  • On Saturday there is a market with typical food that is worth a visit, together with the Palace and gardens
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  • Love this place so much. I brought my little girl there a few times a week since it opened for the season. We bought he season card and its well worth it. She loves playing in the Sand pit and then going for a walk to see the pigs. Afterwards she loves going to the "fort" at the cafe. Can't wait until it opens again for next season.
  • We really love this place, and used to go here a lot more in the recent past but not so much now. Great to be able to take the kids for a run around, safe, fun playpits, get to see farm life and nice big gardens.
  • What an amazing spot, I'd know about it for a while but had never thought of visiting. The grounds are stunning, lovely walking by the ponds first thing in the morning with the ducks still sleeping. The grounds are surrounded by acres of farm land and beautiful mountains. It is a very worthwhile stop.
  • Unfriendly staff. Knew someone who got yelled at for breaking the rules and was threatened he was going to get kicked out, the problem was that he wasn't even given a safety briefing. Ruined the rest of the day.
  • Can I give this a 6 star review? No? Ok fine. But it is well worthy of it and more - such a treat to visit everytime we go, which is a lot as we are members so we truly make the most of that and go most weekends when it is open. Relaxed, idillic, peaceful - never gets too busy in the grounds so there is plenty of freedom to roam or relax. The tea rooms can get swamped at times though, but well worth the wait - the food is phenomenal - all the offerings are made onsite and many of the ingredients are sourced from their working farm and herb gardens etc. The staff are great, we have gotten to know many of them and even the family who live there are friendly and get involved in the many events on there throughout the year. Could not recommend highly enough!