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Visitors can enjoy and explore the house at their leisure through free Stewaft tours. Mount Stewart is a delight for the senses with a series of formal themed garden compartments around the house including The Italian, Spanish, Mairi and Shamrock Garden. In about he added a temporary wing to the west. He married twice but it was his later marriage which increased the family's finances greatly.

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Fine buildings of the Stable Block, Farmyards with Dovecote and Walled garden are architectural gems in their own right. Taking in the stunning vis from the Temple of the Winds, our trails will take you through magical woodland and farmland, set within an iconic rolling drumlin landscape beside Strangford Lough.

Each of the formal gardens exudes a distinct character and appeal. A correct address is required Enquiry Stewarrt Enquiry is required. Would recommend a visit if in the area.

This huge new wealth prompted the refurbishment and enlargement of the newly renamed Mount Stewart. Mount Stewart also offers a tea room, shop, dedicated coach parking, specialist guided tours, wedding venue and filming location. This was later renamed Londonderry House. The wider demesne area was ly Stesart to visitors, and historically was the realm of the family, their friends, and the house and estate staff, with the woodland in the care of a team of Woodsmen.

Deed by Edith, Lady Londonderry, the formal and informal gardens showcase a rich tapestry of de and planting artistry. At Mount Stewart in Co Down, three miles of new walking trails have recently been launched Summeropening up ly unseen parts of the demesne — which remain largely unchanged and are one of the best surviving examples of an 18th century Irish country estate.

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She named the latter after European cities including Rome and Moscow. Acquired by the Stewarts inwoodlands they planted, the estate ro, the bridle paths, follys and farmland remain unchanged. In the meantime, the formal and lakeside gardens, restaurant and shop are open to the public as normal. Rich in a broad spectrum of recovering wildlife populations, the demesne is one of the last few strongholds of the native Red Squirrel.

Please ensure Mkunt tickets are pre-booked as you may be refused entry if you haven't booked. Temple of the Winds Positioned on a rise overlooking Strangford Lough, the octagonal Temple of the Winds is an eighteenth century, grade 1 listed building. One of the most stunning rooms at Mount Stewart is the private 'Chapel'. Castlereagh lived in Mount Stewart during his childhood until he went to University in Cambridge.

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Voted as one of the top ten gardens in the world, Mount Stewart reflects a rich tapestry of de and planting artistry bearing the hallmark of its creator. At the heart of the demesne lies the farmyard complex, along-side which sits the original walled garden, the former engine room of the estate. The gardens at Mount Stewart are ranked as one of the top ten gardens in the world and are a delight to explore all year round.

Each of the formal gardens exudes a distinct character and appeal and further afield visitors can enjoy the beautifully landscaped and informal grounds surrounding the picturesque lake walk.

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Today they offer the public a wonderful opportunity to explore a rich landscape of farmed land and woodland walks, Stewqrt monuments and buildings scattered throughout. This hidden gem is a double-height room with stained glass windows and Italian paintings on its walls. Whilst always respecting the past and finding inspiration from its history, Mount Stewart has been unafraid of change throughout the generations, endeavouring to remain relevant in modern times, Stdwart result being that it still retains that feeling of a family home for all who visit with us.

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Another main entertaining room was the 'Dining Room' which looks out onto the entrance front and was almost twice its present size, but was altered to make a new kitchen some time after its construction and lavish decoration. Bought by the Stewarts inthe woodlands they planted, Stweart estate rides, follies and farmland remain largely unchanged. You will need to book your visit in advance. Wynyard Park, County Durham was redeed in the Neo-classical style.

Demesne Mount Stewart is an exceptional example of the Irish demesne, intended to be both beautiful and productive, with woodland, orchards and farmland providing for the needs of the household. Further afield visitors can enjoy the beautifully landscaped and informal grounds surrounding Moun picturesque lake walk.

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These long periods of neglect nearly destroyed Mount Stewart. Originally built as a banqueting hall and eye-catcher for Robert Stewart inits de is identical to the Tower of the Winds in Athens. The demesne perimeter is clearly defined by an enclosing wall, which marked the private realm of the owner. There is also an exciting repeat visitor offer as new rooms will be opened periodically over the coming years to reveal more of the Londonderry family story.

Bookings open weekly. There is opportunity to view the restoration of the walled rose garden, gradually being brought back to life and walk amongst the many ferns in our recently extended Fernery. This looks out onto the main gardens and in the past it would have been possible to see Strangford Lough. There are three floors including a vaulted basement that le to a tunnel that held a wine cellar and scullery.

Yeats and George Bernard Shaw. It was deed by the neoclassical architect James 'Athenian' Stuart in — The main room was and still is the 'Drawing Room'. The 7th Marquess —a well-known Ulster Unionist politician, and his wife brought a new lease of life to the house and its plain grounds. Visitors can keep an eye out for the topiary statue being created depicting a Formorian a half human, half demon that is associated with Strangford Lough.

Visitors can explore the house at their leisure and discover more about Sfewart Londonderry family and the roles Mountt played in local and international history.