The afternoon tea at Longueville House is served in a magical setting, in the Drawing Room of this early Georgian heritage mansion, set in 500 acres of wooded estate and parkland in North County Cork. Longueville House is family run and this Georgian gem, built in the 1720s, is perfect for a very special High Tea.
Guests will arrive to find open log fires and rooms adorned with family antique collections and fresh garden flowers.
The restaurants' field to fork ethos ensures the food produced within Longueville is prepared from scratch and cooked to order. A craft cider named Longueville House Cider, is harvested from the 25-acre apple orchard on-site. An Apple Brandy is distilled from some of the cider, made in the calvados style, known as Longueville House Apple Brandy.
It’s a place of history, yet Longueville has moved with the times. Maintaining and modernising the house and grounds has been a labour of love for William and Aisling, your hosts.