Monday February 17, 2020

Killruddery combines 17th-century charm with modern service

Offering a vast range of indoor and outdoor settings, Killruddery House & Gardens has been hosting an increasing number of corporate events since the start of this year

6th November, 2016
Killruddery House in Co Wicklow, just half an hour’s drive from Dublin city centre

Killruddery has been open to the public for many years, hosting a range of family-friendly events, concerts, farm markets, weddings and private parties,” said Áine Mitchell, event manager at Killruddery House & Gardens.

“In January, we launched our corporate entertainment portfolio, and by July, we were hosting the Summer Soiree for S.I.T.E (Society for Incentive Travel Excellence), attended by over 100 top Irish hospitality industry professionals,” said Mitchell.


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