Woodville House is a grand Georgian-style house built in 1810, the current owners, the Roche Family have been living here since1876. The house is set in the centre of a working farm and is approached by long avenues through parkland planted with specimen trees including Sequoia, cedar, pines, cypress and a recent addition the Wollemi pine. The resident flock of sheep grazes the pasture land, a scene unchanged for two hundred years. The Victorian walled garden at the rear of the house is 0.5 hectares in size with conservatories, vegetable garden, fruit trees, herbaceous borders and lawn. A striking feature of the garden is the original box hedging proudly maintained by the present owner and enclosing different plantings. A wonderful way to while a way an hour or two, wandering amongst the gardens, pretending you have been transported back in time!
Tourist and Visitors
Opening TimesMay to August
10am to 5pm everyday of the week
Woodville house, New Ross,