Newly listed - beautiful large stone farmhouse, set in mature gardens, under an hour from Dublin. The house's location is one of its big selling points. The Rock of Cashel is less than a hour away. The Cliffs of Moher are two hours. And Killarney is two and a half. …see more
Comfortable, open plan, loft style country apt. Self catering or traditional family style B&B.. Set on 1.5 acres of garden in our lovely village of Mt. Temple, 10km from Athlone and 1.20 hrs drive from Dublin . Sleeps 2 plus 2 kids. Mt Temple is a beautiful little well kept village with a bar, restaurant, shop, church and a golf course. …see more
High spec AV system and satellite internet provides wifi throughout. An incredible space capable of hosting large parties. Spotlit gardens and tennis courts. Wine cellar (bottles available on demand) and gym/games room. Large terracing for BBQs. We are able to provide additional services (all available on demand at an extra charge). …see more
Beautiful 3* approved holiday cottage situated in Quaker town of Mountmellick, Once known as the Manchester of |Ireland..Fishing and Golfing can be arranged nearby. Tranquil setting, ample private parking. Ideal touring base for rest of Ireland. Emo Court only 5kms. Golf, Fishing, Hill walking, Forest trail, Emo Court, Rock of Dunamase. playground. Pets welcome. …see more
Detached lakeside bungalow, set in beautiful natural surroundings, on 5 acres of shoreline with far reaching views over Lough Ree. It is in a unique situation beside the owner's own marina providing facilities for hiring a lake boat or cruiser to give complete access to …see more
This 15th Century Castle is a unique and beautiful place. Set in the Irish midlands in Co. Laois, it is the perfect setting for a relaxing rural break in luxurious and historic surroundings.
Situated in 30 acres of beautiful country side, the area is renowned for fishing, shooting, riding, hunting, hill walking, mountain climbing and golf. The Castle can be rented weekly or for short breaks for private parties and weddings that are either self-catering or staffed.
Nestled between Roscrea and Borris-on-Ossory, the Castle was built in 1480 by the Gaelic Chieftain MacGiollaphadraig, which means son of the servant of Patrick. The castle was partially destroyed by Cromwell's forces in 1647 but was restored in 1836 by a Mr. Ely who found a hoard of gold on the land. Ely was shot by an angry tenant and never lived in the castle. The castle was then used as a granary and afterwards fell into disuse, until the present owner bought it in 1990 and restored it.
**Please note that the castle cannot be classed as a luxury holiday let. The interior would best be described as 'shabby chic' and most of the amenities are fairly basic which is why it's advertised at the price that it is.
Additional amenities include: walking/hiking paths, ideal for teens, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities, golf course nearby. …see more