Rothe House is not one of those grand country houses, nor is it a slick and spectacular museum. Instead, it is an unobstentatious, vey well preserved glance into 16th Century urban Ireland. The tour is self-guided, and there is much more than meets the eye from the street. This is a series of three houses connected by courtyards, and one of the most beautiful gardens/orchards I have had the pleasure of seeing, going all the way back to the medieval city wall. Rotherham House was a real treat!
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