Rokeby Hall is a Georgian country house built by Francis Johnston c. 1785 for Archbishop Richard Robinson. The house is a testament to the architects and the skilled craftsmen of the Georgian era and is today considered to be one of the most significant historic country houses remaining in Co. Louth.
Rokeby Hall is a member of the Boyne Valley Garden Trail - www.boynevalleygardentrail.com
Rokeby is open for guided tours of the house at certain times of the year. Check website for opening times and entrance fees.