Virginia Park Lodge

Virginia Park Lodge is an 18th century hunting estate set in 100 acres of beautiful countryside overlooking Lough Ramor. The former home of Lord Headfort and his wife, the Marchioness of Headfort. Steeped in history, Virginia Park Lodge is now under the stewardship of Michelin star chef Richard Corrigan and is the epitome of elegance, with a distinctly homely feel.
Set amidst 100 acres of stunning grounds and scenery, the grounds of Virginia Park Lodge and adjoining Deerpark Forest are home to gorgeous forest walks and lake views. The grounds also boast a nine-hole golf course along the banks of the renowned fishing lake of Lough Ramor, in the heart of the picturesque town of Virginia.