Tucked away, in a quiet spot along the tree lined avenue is the Mausoleum of Mitchell and Margaret Henry. This simple brick building is a modest resting place with an aura of peace and serenity. When Margaret died on a family holiday to Egypt in 1874, her body was embalmed in preparation for the return journey to Ireland. Local folklore tells that her beautifully preserved remains were placed in a glass coffin in the staircase hall supposedly with her hands placed serenely beneath her cheeks. In time Margaret’s remains were placed in the little mausoleum in the woods where in 1910 following his death in London her great love Mitchell Henry was also interred. Although the beautiful neo-Gothic Church was completed in 1881 no member of the Henry family was ever placed in its vaults. Today you can visit the Mausoleum which is located just after the neo-Gothic Church on the left-hand side of the avenue.