Impeccable for any occasion, the impressive Dundarave Estate is surrounded by countryside and provides an escape of sensory delight, through sporting activities, award winning food and environmental beauty.
The estate also hosts a variety of activities including game shooting, clay pigeon shoot and salmon fishing which are sure to accommodate all skill levels, ensuring an unforgettable experience.
The abundance of natural woodland across the 1300 acres of the estate makes Dundarave a site of outstanding natural beauty as appreciated by visitors and filmmakers alike. The 2017 film adaptation of ‘The Pardoner’s Tale’ was filmed at Dundarave Estate due to its exclusivity and scenic glory on view.
Dundarave estate and property has garnered attention since the mid-eighteenth century having been designed by the infamous architect Sir Charles Lanyon and built in the 1840s. The property containing Bushmills House and later Dundarave Estate was owned by the Macnaghten family, 1805 whose heritage dates back to County Antrim since 1580. Niall McGinn who is the primary owner of the estate has since revived the grounds while retaining the heritage of the stately home.
The team on site have worked hard to develop their own range of farm produce for all to enjoy, produce of jams, chutneys, meats, apple cider vinegar and apple juice.
Their apple cider vinegar and spiced plum and damson jam has received two bronze awards from the Irish Food Awards, 2021 which is testament to the quality goods available.
Alongside this, a one-star Simply Delicious rating was awarded to the Cherryvalley apple and pear Juice, Dundarave apple cider vinegar, Cherryvalley apple juice.