A Victorian Italianate Palazzo built by the owner's great great great grandfather to designs by Sir Charles Lanyon, on a private estate of 1100 acres. It is the home of Lord and Lady Dunleath and has been in their family for 170 years.
The house is surrounded by 30 acres of pleasure grounds and is deemed to be of exceptional architectural importance.
Available for exclusive corporate and incentive lunches & dinners and, with 12 luxurious bedrooms, as a venue for small residential conferences and for historic house tour groups. It also provides numerous opportunities as a film and television location.
Car park on site
Value Cabs 028 9090 9080
Historic house members visit for free, appointment only, please call.
Tours of the house: £10.00
Tours of the garden: £10.00
Tours of the house & garden: £17.00
Refreshments from £3.50
A word from the owner
Visitors have included King George VI & Queen Elizabeth and, more recently, the Crown Prince & Crown Princess of Denmark, the Duke of Kent, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Vanessa Redgrave, Jeremy Irons & Sinead Cusack and David Suchet
Ballywalter Park offers luxurious overnight accommodation for groups with 12 highly individual bedrooms - 10 doubles and 2 twins, with 10 bedrooms being en suite and the other 2 each having their own dedicated private bathroom.
Views are either over the pleasure grounds or over park land with distant views of the Irish Sea and to the coast of Scotland.
Complimentary wifi is provided.
Please note that accomodation is reserved for those booking the house for Corporate events.
Visits by primary schools are by appointment only and after discussion with the schools concerned.