Glenville Park

Glenville Park, in County Cork, sits at the centre of a large inverted triangle with the city of Cork and the towns of Fermoy and Mallow at its apices. The house, which at various times has been known as The Manor, Glenville, and Mount Pleasant, was originally a seat of the Coppinger family and was built on estates they had acquired from the O’Keeffe clan, the chief sept of the region. Their two-storey eighteenth century house had five bays of blocked Gibbsian architraves and a semicircular forecourt with gates at either side, which still exists at the north front of the present house, adjoining the large walled garden.

Address & Contact

Glenville Park, Glenville, Cork

t: +353 21 4880103

m: +353 86 8453539



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Culture and Education

Concerts, Plays or Recitals

Courses for Adults

Accommodation and Short Breaks

Overnight with Dinner


Special family celebrations

Meetings or receptions

Additional Information

Join us for yoga and a nutritious lunch at lovely Glenville Park. Followed by a tour of the house and gardens.
50 euro per person. October 23rd 2021 at 10.30.

For bookings, please call: 0868374502


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