Relics of Old Decency: Louth Hall

The facade of the building. Louth hall is a multi-period structure, composed of a 14th-century towerhouse (right) with a mid-18th century house attached (left).

The facade of the building. Louth hall is a multi-period structure, composed of a 14th-century towerhouse (right) with a mid-18th century house attached (left).

Back of the house.

Back of the house.

OS map of the core of the demesne.

OS map of the core of the demesne.

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The remains of the fish ponds.

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The pigeon house.

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The walled garden.

Example of a 'Louth fence' from the Tallonstown demesne.

Example of a ‘Louth fence’ on the demesne.

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