Batty Langley Lodge
Batty Langley Lodge is a romantic, secluded and elegant two story building, adorned with seven stone pinnacles. The Lodge was constructed as a Gatehouse for the world famous Palladian Castletown House. It was designed to be viewed from the River Walk below as part of the planned landscape surrounding the grand mansion. The present Lodge was completed in 1785. It's Gothic facade and name were inspired by the renowned English architect and gardener Batty Langley. The property has recently been carefully and lovingly restored. The result is an amazingly unique and romantic hideaway - even the local Irish population are largely unaware of its existence! Situated on a quiet country lane, Batty Langley Lodge is quiet simply the perfect romantic sanctuary for Honeymooners, or indeed any couple that enjoys a smitten and besotted relationship!
Rooms & Amenities
Batty Langley Lodge has been carefully and lovingly restored by the Irish Office of Public Works and Irish Landmark Trust. The outstanding character and charm of the property has been preserved, while also creating a modern, cozy and inviting environment for guests. Lodge Features & Amenities:
- Double Bedroom
- Bathroom (off Bedroom)
- Wood-Burning Stove in Sitting Room
- Washing Machine
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Radio, Board Games, Cards and Books
- On-Site Parking for 1 Car
- Patio with Garden Furniture
Batty Langley Lodge is your own personal 1-bedroomed romantic retreat. There will be no other guests or a management presence during your stay, and therefore no meals are included or supplied. The Lodge has a Kitchen area with cooker, fridge & microwave, so it is perfectly possible to prepare your own meals. A great variety of pubs, restaurants and cafes are available within a few miles of the Lodge in the villages of Lucan, Leixlip & Cellbridge.