400 years and growing in Bray stately home Family’s big plans for Killruddery estate

17th June, 2018
Anthony, Aldus and Jack Brabazon of the Killruddery estate in Bray, Co Wicklow Picture: Marc O’Sullivan

The Brabazon family is marking 400 years in residence at the Killruddery estate in Bray, Co Wicklow, with fresh business expansion plans.

Lord Ardee, Anthony Brabazon, told The Sunday Business Post that the family plans to open its on-site restaurant all year around, open a farm shop, and invest in the gardens to maximise their appeal in every season.

Brabazon, the heir to the current and fifteenth Earl of Meath Jack Brabazon, and his wife Fionnuala,...

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