Attractions

Geashill has many beautiful and historic places to visit.  Grand churches dating back to the early 1800s, the remains of the former Geashill Castle, the old Glebe House.  We’ve included just a few places that you can visit and enjoy in Geashill.

The Old School House

Built in 1862 on a site provided by Lord Digby who also paid one third of the cost of the school, deisgned by architect Thomas Mallison, the design was stropngly influenced by the design of a school in Lord Digby’s estate in Dorset.

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The Glebe Walk

A much loved nature walk.  Plans are in place to enhance the entrance so that this wonderful natural amenity can be further enjoyed by the local community and visitors.

 

 Glebe Walk

 

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