Hosting a business meeting in Carlow ?
Situated on the N80 Ballykealey House is just a 20 minute drive from Carlow, 30 minutes from Kilkenny city, 30 minutes from Enniscorthy and a 1 hour 20 drive from Dublin city.
Ballykealey House provides the perfect location for a local or national meeting, the large ballroom is perfect for tradeshows with easy access for large set ups. Alternatively host a large conference as it can cater for up to 200 delegates in a theatre style capacity.
Complete with natural daylight, air-conditioning, LCD Projector & Screen, flipchart, writing pads, pens, water and mints. For larger conferences in addition to the 12 bedrooms in the main house our 14 lodges offer two bedrooms, lounge and dining area and can accommodate up to 5 guests sharing. For further accommodation needs our Dedicated Events Manager will provide recommendations close by. Ample complimentary car parking available on site and complimentary wi-fi throughout.
For a dedicated boardroom meeting our Cobden Room provides the perfect answer, with solid oak table, natural daylight and the capacity to host up to 20 delegates. With views over the courtyard it truly makes the perfect meeting room for productive brain storming and creative thinking. Flipchart, writing pads, pens, water and mints provided.
Enjoy a working lunch served directly to the boardroom or enjoy lunch in the John Rupert Bar.
Local and national events are all possible at Ballykealey House County Carlow. The ballroom can host up to 250 guests in a banquet style.
Whether it’s a GAA dinner dance, Pony Club event or a Corporate outing Ballykealey House Hotel is the perfect venue for gala events.
For smaller intimate events our Oak Room provides the perfect lavish setting with magnificent solid oak carved wall panels, intricate coving and stately fireplace.
The gardens at Ballykealey House were created by a Scottish landscaper in the 19th century and his designs are evident to this day and provide the perfect location to host a summer corporate BBQ.
Overlooking the aeroplane field so named as in circa 1911 John Rupert Lecky set about building a biplane along the lines of the Wright Flyer, which he attempted to fly and subsequently crash-landed in the field. It is the first known attempt to fly a Wright plane in Ireland.
With a setting steeped in history the perfect ingredient must be superb dishes prepared by our Executive Head Chef.