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Glenview Lodge

Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 5

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 50 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Glenview Lodge is approved by Fáilte Ireland as a 4 star Self Catering accommodation.

This small farmhouse situated in its own private grounds is in the hearth of rural Limerick and is approached via a long driveway offering spectacular views of the local countryside where you can enjoy the local walking trails.The house in its tranquil setting among mature gardens including some two hundred year old beech trees combines the charm of an old farmhouse with high quality living. The highest standard of accommodation is provided while retaining the building's old traditional character and without losing its authenticity



Enjoy a well deserved break at Glenview Lodge, receive your own “Breakfast Welcome Pack”. Enjoy a traditional Irish Stew on an evening. Join us for a personal and passionate talk on the history of the house, farm and locality.Discover the Local Mullaghareirk walking Trails and other walks. A packed lunch will be available for one day of your choice.Take part in our Irish Coffee demonstration on one of your evenings. Discover 'The Real Ireland'


This is the ideal base for golf, equestrian, angling and a wide range of activities, and touring the South and West of Ireland.

Limerick is Ireland's City and County of Culture 2014.We are accessible to The Wild Atlantic Way (Ireland's first long distance touring route). The lodge is within the route of the local signposted Mullaghareirk Mountain Walking Trails. Childrens' playground in Broadford village.

Size Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Ballybunion 50 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 2 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Shannon 70 km, Nearest railway: Charleville 23 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Table tennis, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (3), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

Lounge includes traditional features including bellows and crane in fireplace and bookcase with books by Irish authors. Kitchen dining room includes traditional features such as an Irish kitchen dresser. We also have all the domestic appliances including; hair dryer; iron and ironing board.

Ground floor toilet, ground floor porch, ground floor utility room.

All bedrooms on first floor.

One double bedroom with en suite,one twin bedroom, one single bedroom.

Patio door from living room leads to terrace garden area to enable dining and relaxation in the garden area.

Further details outdoors

Barbecue terrace area in garden area.

Excellent views from farm to local countryside.

Orchard area is included in gardens.

Table tennis available.

Private entrance.

Further details

Great For:

Walking holidays.

Rural Countryside retreats.

Romantic Breaks.

Discovering South and West of Ireland : The following are some suggested day trips: Limerick City, Cork City, Blarney Castle, Fota Island Wild Life Park, Killarney Lakes and the Ring of Kerry, Ballybunion Beach and Golf Links, The Rock of Cashel, Bunratty Castle Folk Park and Banquets, The Cliffs of Moher, Lough Gur Stone Age Visitor Centre, Ballyhoura Bicycle Trails, Skellig Islands world heritage site.

The Limerick/Tipperary region

County Limerick is a region of great charm and natural beauty. Towns and villages abound that offer a warm welcome to visitors. Limerick City is stepped in history, why not visit St. John’s Castle or the internationally renowned Hunt Museum? West Limerick has many attractions including equestrian centres in Abbeyfeale and Adare, horse racing at the Limerick Racecourse, karting in Abbeyfeale and Kilcornan. Foynes Flying Boat Museum commemorates the early days of transatlantic air travel and the discovery of Irish Coffee. Foynes also has the Local Sailing Club and Shannon Estuary Cruises.

Adare is known as Ireland’s most picturesque village with its thatched cottages, abbeys and boutiques and is not to be missed. Call to the Irish Palatine Centre in Rathkeale which details the experiences of hundreds of families from the German Palantine who settled in Ireland in 1709. Mountain trails, garden trails, angling and golf are also popular. Tiger Woods has played in Adare Manor golf club on many occasions.

Broadford, Limerick

Broadford- The name comes from the Irish ‘Beal an Atha’ meaning the mouth of the River Ford. The village is located in West Limerick 4km from the County Cork border near the foothills of the Mullaghareirk Mountains.

Glenview Lodge is 2km from the village where you will find a choice of shop, pubs, takaway restaurant, church, post office and sign posted walking trails and the Arboretum for native trees and shrubs..

The Mullaghareirk Mountain Walking Trails which consist of 8 sign-posted walks, most of which are loop walks(walks which start and finish at the same point) will introduce the visitor to the many natural springs, bird life, wild life, bogs and historical sites. The length of the walks range from 4km to 24km over a variety of terrain from open farmland and forest paths to quiet country roads.

Local attractions include Newcastle West County Limerick’s largest town, noted for its shopping and has the 15th century castle situated in the town centre along with the 100 acre castle demesne. Adare, Ireland’s most picturesque village is within easy reach. Call to Irish Dresden fine porcelain in Dromcollogher where its products are made and can be brought in the showroom. Restaurants, outdoor activities, including golf, fishing and equestrian activities are also to be enjoyed...

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13 May 2014


"Superbe location et accueil parfait."

Nous sommes restés pendant une semaine à la maison en Famille et nous avons adorés. L'accueil a été très agréable, Monica et Sean ont été aux petits soins sans être intrusifs, Nous avio… More

28 Apr 2014


"Oustanding Country-side Mother-Daughter Stay"

We were two mothers and two teenage girls staying at Glenview Lodge. We were all happy in the lovely country setting. The house overall had all that we needed -- the kitchen was well supplied (compl… More

18 Apr 2014


"Great Stay"

I traveled with my wife, my mother and my two 20 something nieces to Ireland. We stayed at Glenview lodge and absolutely loved it. Sean and Monica were very nice and helpful people. We all would love … More

26 Feb 2014


"Perfect taste of Ireland."

Our family of five were here in February 2014. Sean and Monica pulled out all the stops to make our holiday perfect. We were in for a real treat when Sean gave us an Irish History talk and how it rela… More

6 Feb 2014


"Schöner Familienbesuch"

Wir sind ausgewanderte Iren und waren über Weihnachten in der Glenview Lodge, um unsere Familie zu besuchen. Es war ideal für unsere Anforderungen. Wir hatten die Familie zum Weihnachtsessen dort un… More

20 Jan 2014


"Excellent hosts"

Thanks again Monica and Seán for your hospitality. We stayed over Christmas and were spoilt with goodies like home-made Christmas pudding and chocolates. Very convenient location for getting to know … More

16 Jan 2014


"Glenview Lodge Has It All"

We stayed at Glenview Lodge twice: in June 2011 and December 2013. Thus, we experienced days around the summer solistice when it remains light till 11:00 pm, and winter days when the sun didn't… More

7 Oct 2013


"Home away from home"

Sean and Monica were the best hosts you could ask for! Extremely accommodating, they went the extra mile to make sure our stay in Ireland was authentic and enjoyable. The quaint cottage is very clean,… More

13 Sep 2013


"A little bit of Heaven"

Glenview Lodge is a wonderful place to stay. My husband, myself and our teenage daughter stayed here in August for one week. It is set in a beautiful, peaceful area. It was lovely to get up in the … More

8 Sep 2013


"Holiday Haven with peaceful panoramic views."

This peaceful and beautiful location suited our requirements perfectly. Comfortable,clean and tidy with all essentials at hand, a home from home, to help us relax and just soak in the beauty of our su… More

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  • 6 Years listed

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Calendar last updated:27 Aug 2014

Based in Ireland

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