Appeal to state to keep Bantry House rare works from sale. Click here to read the article in today’s Irish Times.
Under Potted Histories read The Grand Tour comes to Bantry Bay: An Earl and his Vision offering a glimpse of some of the treasures of Bantry House and of the 2nd Earl’s activities as a Grand […]
Under the section Potted Histories you can read a short piece about the charming Cave Canem | Salve tiles in the entrance hall of Bantry House, that warn foes and […]
Today I have begun a new section on the blog that I am calling Potted Histories. Ever wondered why people went on the Grand Tour in the first place? Well […]
Well just one so far, but I am planning a collection of timelines beginning with this one on Bantry House and its Earls. It’s a work in progress that will […]
With credit to the excellent work done by the late John Cornforth*, I would like to present here a brief outline of some of the places noted in Berehaven’s passports […]
Bantry House situated on beautiful Bantry Bay in West Cork became the seat of the Earls of Bantry in the late eighteenth century when Richard White (later the 1st Earl […]