AEM - Training Centre Killruddery

Killruddery House, IrelandThe Venue

The astoneco training centre in Ireland is just south of Dublin in Killruddery House, Bray, Co. Wicklow – a 30mins drive from Dublin Airport. One of the most successful EIizabethan-Revival mansions in Ireland, Killruddery has been home to the Brabazon Family (the Earls of Meath) since 1618. Conveniently located where Dublin meets Wicklow, Killruddery, in partnership with astoneco, offers an elegant retreat for seminars, conferences, training and teambuilding, along with the opportunity to explore and discover an authentic and exquisite natural, cultural and historic heritage.

Training & Team Buildings

Events conducted in the Killruddery centre are designed to balance efficiency with nature to create the perfect environment for trainings, working meetings and socialising.

The venue can accommodate both plenary meetings and a number of smaller groups, and has all the necessary technical equipment and services to host efficient business get-togethers.

Depending of the format of the event, group sizes as small as 10 or as large as 500 will find a warm welcome here.


Killruddery is surrounded by quality hotels and accommodation is arranged to suit our clients’ wishes.


For breakfast, brunch and tea breaks, a delightful Tea Room on the property serves freshly baked cakes together with a menu based on homegrown products. Lunches and dinners can either be served on the property, at the hotel or at a local restaurant depending on our clients’ wishes.


Nature has never been more relaxing than with leisurely walks in the Killruddery Garden. One of Ireland’s oldest and most renowned gardens, it is filled with beautiful plants, woods, water features and distinctive outdoor “rooms”.

Guided tours of the Historic House, visits to Killruddery cattle, sheep, tillage and forestry farm and a weekly farmers’ market are just some of the other treats on offer.

Various events are held throughout the year, such as charity walks, mountain bike events, cross-country running, drag hunts, motorbike trials, filming, music and film festivals, family events, art workshops and many more.

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