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Gloster House is a 300-year-old Country House

Description
Gloster House is a 300-year-old Country House nestled at the foothills of the South Offaly Slieve Bloom Mountains; just 1.5 hours from the M50. It is surrounded by extensive gardens incorporating terraces, water features, woodland and lakes; as well as a number of outhouses. In addition to the country house, there is a large disused boarding school on the grounds, built for an order of nuns in the 1950s.

Previous examples of Gloster been used as a film location include the RTÉ Documentary ‘These Walls Can Talk’ (https://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/these-walls-can-talk-30003600/, https://vimeo.com/186336558) and for an episode of ‘Don’t Tell The Bride’. It has also been used for a large number of photo shoots, including wedding shoots, fashion shoots and style magazine shoots; as well as serving as a venue for countless events and weddings.

For more information please see the below links:
https://www.glosterhouse.ie/
https://www.glosterhouse.ie/reviews/
https://vimeo.com/196755279
https://www.instagram.com/explore/locations/1143663822374642/gloster-house-gardens-wedding-venue/

Call: (00) 353 858875477
Email: nigelalexander3@gmail.com; alexander@glosterhouse.com