Killua Castle, County Westmeath

Project Date

2011 – 2015

Project Description

Detached multi-bay three-storey over basement castellated Gothic Revival castle on complex plan, built c.1780. Originally constructed as a regular seven-bay three-storey over basement Georgian house with a full-height three-bay canted bay window to centre of entrance facade (northwest) and three-bay bow to centre of rear facade (southeast).

Works Carried Out

  • Complete refurbishment of the Victorian wing which we constructed the famous “Great Hall “ made from European oak and all associated works.
  • Extensive external works which we have included in the photographs below these include the medieval garden, ironmongery, stonework, landscaping, construction of the boat house and shell house on the lake.

Project Gallery

Before and After Photos Ironmongery Bridge and Fencing and Stonework

Before and After Photos of the Medieval Garden

Before and After Photos of the “The Great Hall”

The Boat House

The Castle

The Shell House on the Lake and Some Landscaping Around the Castle