An architect designed rural retreat built with local wood and stone at the foot of the mountains in the Slieve South facing into the mountains the woodlandsong maximises on light and views. Built at the foot of the mountains in the Slieve Bloom Environment Park. An open …see more
We very much enjoyed our lovely stay here! The house and garden are just great! We enjoyed daily walks through the beautiful and creative garden, which is really amazing. Clearly a lot of love went in… More
Thank you for taking the trouble to send us a review. We are delighted that you enjoyed the garden and that you got an opportunity to see the night garden, with the lights under the boardwalk and along the stream at night. I hope you made use of the telescope to see the night stars.
I am delighted that the house was so sparkling clean too. I will pass on your compliment to our cleaners. Tullamore and Birr two of our nearest towns are both very friendly towns and a pleasure to visit and relax in.
Reviewed 15 Sep 2014
This house is just something else, the gardens are stunning. Nothing beats to sit outside by a fire and listen to birds and leafs! Peaceful getaway you want find elsewhere. The house is beautifully de… More
Thank you for taking the trouble to write a review. It is lovely sitting out in the garden by one of the three open fires and enjoying the sounds of nature.
“Out of this world”
Reviewed 27 Apr 2014
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this is the place. With no TV of Internet connection you really can do so! The garden is huge with a beautiful stream at the bottom… More
Many thanks for taking the trouble to send a review. We are delighted that you had such an enjoyable stay. Glad too that you enjoyed the external sensor lighting system which gives a whole new garden at night. Thanks for your booking for next summer. We look forward to welcoming you again then. The two large raised strawberry beds which we planted will be in fruit that time of the year.
Detached, renovated cottage, at the end of quiet cul-de-sac, in the village of Ballymore. It is within walking distance of shop and pubs. Westmeath is famed throughout Ireland for its beautiful lakes and rivers and is renowned for its coarse fishing. Unspoiled, this del …see more
This is one of two homes, each with private entrance, located 3 miles from the lively town of Athlone. Warmly furnished, with a welcoming open fire, fitted kitchen and spacious comfortable bedrooms. It stands on landscaped grounds with panoramic views of the lake, great …see more
Lake View Cottage built in the 1800s century and lovingly restored ,this Quirky cosy cottage is set in the heart of Ireland
Lake View Cottage is a paradise for fishermen, birdwatchers, walkers or the individual just wanting to get away from it all.
We have some of the …see more
Located on a farm only 2.5 miles from Banagher town in Co. Offaly, Ireland. The Ashtree Cottage has the feeling of seclusion while it is actually well placed to tour the West of Ireland and is within easy walking distance of the River Shannon! If your passion is fishing …see more
This Hand Built Log Cabin is located on the shores of Lough Derravargh, Co. Westmeath.
This spacious open plan cabin comes with a fully equipped kitchenette, dinning area, seating area and sleeping area (bunk beds and day bed)
There is running water, outside toilet and …see more
High Nelly Cottage is a thatched cottage situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Clough. The cottage is over 350 years old and retains many of its original features including a fully functioning cast iron coal fired kitchen range. Once this is lit it become …see more
Spacious airy Coach House Apartment in the courtyard of a Georgian House & Mill, tucked away in the heart of HIdden Ireland, An recently renovated apartment on the first floor of the coach house - a loft style living room with fully stocked kitchen facilities, spac …see more
Millbank is a late 18th century Georgian Country House which has been tastefully restored and extended in recent times. From about 1840 to the 1970s, Millbank was home to a bustling flour mill and was one of the county's largest producers of flour in the mid 19th centur …see more