Belcamp Hutchinson


This superb, ivy-clad Georgian house is hidden away down a narrow lane off the main Malahide road. It is named after Francis Hely-Hutchinson, third Earl of Donoughmore. The house has been renovated with the utmost care, preserving its features and elegance, whilst introducing the best of twentieth century comforts. It stands in seven hectares of fields and gardens, including a walled garden and a maze. The house is superbly furnished and extremely comfortable with an easygoing, relaxed atmosphere. It has returned to being a private residence and no longer operates as a guest-house.