Please note: This house does not offer free entry to Historic House members.
For alternative options please see other opening options.
Redhall was probably an Elizabethan tower house which has been expanded by succeeding generations. The house is tucked away in the centre of the estate surrounded by mature woodland and parkland providing an oasis of serenity from the modern world.
The tower house would have replaced the 12th century motte & bailey, which still sits in the landscape just 400 yards from the house, as a guard house on the road to Carrickfergus Castle.
The subsequent improvements, additions and embellishments over the years reflects the fortunes of the area and the occupants.
The grandfather of the present owner, Vice Admiral J W L McClintock, bought the house in 1927.
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Redhall is licensed for civil weddings and partnerships. The two large ground floor rooms are available for the ceremony. The South room overlooking the gardens can accommodate 90 people and the North room can accommodate 50.
After the ceremony your guests can wander round the gardens whilst you have your photographs taken.
We aim to provide a very personal service, and try to accommodate each person's individual requirements. Just as each couple is different, so each wedding is different, and we strive to do everything we can to ensure the success of your special day.
We have ample parking for the bridal party and their guests to ensure Redhall is accessible to everyone.
The Drawing Room
The beautiful drawing room, with views overlooking the gardens, can accommodate up to 90 guests.
The stunning grounds are a wonderful backdrop for photographs of your special day.
Redhall is available for Corporate hire. For more information about the venue please visit our website.
Redhall welcomes visits from primary and secondary schools.
A word from the owner
A "White Lady" walks along the edge of the Estate from the place she was murdered to where her body was found!