CURRAGHMORE HAS BEEN THE HOME OF THE SAME FAMILY SINCE 1167
Curraghmore House near Portlaw, County Waterford, Ireland, is a historic house and estate and the seat of the Marquess of Waterford. The estate was part of the grant of land made to Sir Roger le Puher by Henry II in 1167 after the Anglo Norman invasion of Wales.
Curraghmore Estate is the largest private demesne made up of around 2,500 acres of formal gardens, woodlands and pasture.
The De La Poer Beresford family have lived at Curraghmore for over 850 years. Very few other families in Irish history have maintained such a legacy. A legacy that tells a million tales tall and true. A fascinating history and heritage. To visit Curraghmore please visit the Estate website and sign up for ongoing tours.