Lorum Rectory

The valley of the River Barrow is particularly beautiful, especially downstream from Bagenalstown where the river, which forms the boundary between Counties Carlow and Wexford, flows along the western foothills of the Blackstairs Mountains. The Barrow passes through the towns of Borris and Graiguenamanagh and the village of St. Mullins, where the valley sides become increasingly steep. In the late 1850s Denis Pack-Beresford, a local landowner from nearby Fenagh, donated land for a new church and rectory at Lorum near Kilgreaney, a small hamlet overlooking the river under the shadow of Mount Leinster.

Address & Contact

Lorum Rectory, Kilgreaney, Bagenalstown, Carlow

t: +353 59 9775282

f: +353 59 9775455

e: bobbie@lorum.com

w: www.lorum.com

Available as a Film Location

Accommodation and Short Breaks

Overnight with Dinner

Opening Details

Open for overnight accommodation with dinner

Closed December and January