Now Available


After Monday’s post about the de la Poer Beresford memorials in Clonagam church, County Waterford readers may be interested to know that a new guide to the family’s ancestral home, to which the Irish Aesthete has contributed both text and pictures, is now available to buy at Curraghmore.

12 comments on “Now Available

  1. Ian Bartlett says:

    Is the book available by mail?

  2. Ciaran Cassidy says:

    Certainly interested in obtaining a copy ,and will do so when visiting from Australia in Lat Summer !

  3. Did you find much fabric from the tower house ?

  4. uzuld says:

    Already got it Robert! visited Curraghmore the day the books arrived and must have one of the first copies.
    It’s a lovely production and has great information about the house.
    I wondered who did the marvellous cast iron statuary in the garden?
    I did photograph a name and a date on one of them, but couldn’t make it out.
    Would love to know.

  5. James Canning says:

    Excellent!

  6. Christopher von Werder says:

    is it possible to buy it online?
    I live in Germany… and my next trip to ireland isn`t already planned!

  7. FRANCES M.B. SULLIVAN says:

    One must buy it on site?

  8. For those enquiring about how to acquire a copy of the guidebook without visiting Curraghmore, I suggest you might like to contact the house at the following email address: info@curraghmorehouse.ie

  9. John egan says:

    How can l get a copy of the Curraghmore book in USA ?

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