A little bit of history

The Brabazon family has lived in Co. Wicklow since around 1540. Belmont House, the ruins of which can still be seen today, was built between 1774 and 1781 by Lt. Colonel George Rawson.
The house and lands reverted to the Brabazon family in 1841 and since then, the family have been custodians of this beautiful estate and working farm. The family has a long history of championing outdoor pursuits from scouting, to summer camps and bushcraft.
Belmont Estate has a rich film pedigree and has been the location for a host of blockbusters including Vikings, Calvary and Into the Badlands.
Arthur’s Barn is one of the original sets from King Arthur, shot here in Ireland, starring Clive Owen and Kiera Knightly.