This grand estate has been the seat of the Earl of Meath since 1618. The noble mansion dates from 1820, and features a later (more frilly) glass Victorian conservatory modeled on the ill-fated Crystal Palace that stood in London at that time. The gardens are a highlight, with a lime avenue, a sylvan theater, exotic plants, twin canals, and a fountain-filled pond edged with beech hedges. The restored walled garden was opened to visitors in 2011, and the traditional kitchen garden is gradually being replanted.