Iconic Dolls House at Rathaspeck open for business
The iconic Doll's house at the gates of Rathaspeck Manor was officially opened by soccer legend Paul McGrath last week.
The Doll's House, a south Wexford landmark, was re-roofed and re-painted in 2014 with grant aid from the Irish Heritage Council, but has remained unoccupied since.
Owners Mick and Betty Cuddihy, who also own the 5 star Rathaspeck Manor B&B, decided to open the Doll's House as a self-catering home, but recognised that the interior would have to reflect the unique exterior in equal measures intrigue and functionality.
They commissioned the assistance of Ann-Marie Carty from Arcadia Architects to assist.
The interior is zoned into small rooms with singular personality, and filled with objects from treasure troves, second hand stores, as well as a collection of forgotten family heirlooms from the main house attic.
The Doll's House is open for online bookings though the Rathaspeck Website or through AirBnB.