About Creamery House

Our story

The Creamery House is an 18th century georgian house located in the center of the town of Castlecomer in County Kilkenny. Originally built in approx. 1750 by the Wandesford family who lived on the eastern side of the Deen river which flows through the town. The Original Wandesford estate house was burned in the 1798 rising and the last remains of the house were removed in 1975 following a fire in 1968.

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Services

What we offer

The Creamery House offers a number of different services. On the ground floor there is a restaurant space which will be occupied for the 2016 season. Upstairs there are meeting rooms which are available to rent 7 days a week for your business or personal use.

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