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Butler House
Ireland

Butler House was home to the Earls of Ormonde who also built Kilkenny Castle. Sweeping staircases, magnificent plastered ceilings and marble fireplaces are all features of this 18th century house. The house is a combination of contemporary furnishing and period elegance.

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送信日: 10/09/2010
更新日: 27/08/2014
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Tags: hotel; b&b; kilkenny; ireland; garden
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