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Farmhouse / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 5 Home 189021
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Farmhouse / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 5
Come and experience the undiscovered Ireland. A stay in this memorable, old-style Traditional Farmhouse, which is set in lush green farmland, in the heart of the countryside, heals the heart, soul and mind. It gives an opportunity to experience quietness and tranquility. Carrigmore farm is Approved by Failte Ireland as a 3 Star, Self Catering Accommodation.
Set in peaceful farmland.The house offers you an opportunity to see a Farm, visit old castle ruins-(the nearest one in Castletown - just a few minutes walk away - dates back to 1225) and admire many beautiful country Churches. It is also ideal for those holiday makers who want total peace and quiet, yet it is just a short drive away from all local Attractions.
You can walk through our farm roadways. Or take a bicycle ride around the area, to hear the warm witty tales of the neighbours If you just wish to relax by a river or lake and fish or walk, please let us know and this can be arranged for you.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Youghal 104 km|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Shannon Airport 50 km, Nearest railway: Limerick Junction 10 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Access||Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The house has TV/DVD/Games Consul,CD Player, and there is also WIFI Internet access available Free.
There is an option to relax, and enjoy old favourite music records.
The kitchen is fully equipped, with Cooker, Fridge, Kettle, Toaster, George Foreman, Grill, Microwave, and sufficient delph and cutlery to accommodate ten people.The bathroom has toilet with separate shower, and bath equipped with hand rails around the bath, and a shower to accommodate Elderly visitors.Three of the four bedrooms are located on the ground floor - with the fourth bedroom in the loft. Linen hand and bath towels, and tea towels are provided. Hair dryers are provided.
A Welcome Pack is available on Arrival,and also an Open fire fuel Pack.
Our Exterior Laundry room is located in the Courtyard -offers the facility to Wash, Dry and Iron Clothes,and there is also an outside clothes Line.
|Further details outdoors|
The courtyard is enclosed, and has a large parking area that is safe and secure for parking up to 5 cars.
There is an outdoor table, and chair set suitable for up to eight people to enjoy the setting sun in the evenings. A green lawn with many mature shrubs and trees is positioned to the front of the house, with an outstanding view of Carrigmore rock, a prominent feature in the area.This is a very tranquil area to either read or enjoy the many birds that frequent the lawn.
The courtyard is secure for children to be out and about playing.
Wellies are provided to either walk through the farm roadways or around the locality.
We will be there on your arrival with many hints and directions to help you enjoy your stay with us.
The Province of Munster region
Carrigmorefarm is situated on the borders of Co.Limerick and Co.Tipperary.
You can spend your days visiting historic castles and abbeys in Co.Tipperary, such as the Rock of Cashel, Athassel Abbey, Cahir Castle and the Swiss Cottage. If you're after some amazing views and wonderful photographic opportunities, roam around the Glen of Aherlow, either on foot or by horseback. Tipperary also provides us with Ballykisteen Golf Course and Tipperary Racecourse only 10 km away.
In the Limerick region, enjoy a full day at the Bunratty Folk Park - either with the kids, or by yourself. Here you can visit the famous Bunratty Castle, see many old Irish Cottages, and learn about the history of Ireland. You can also attend one of their Medieval banquets, which are an experience in themselves! In Limerick city, you can visit the Hunt Museum - which has a wondeful permanent collection, and always has something extra on display. You also have King Johns Castle, St John's Cathedral. In the surrounding areas of Limerick, you will find Adare Manor, Lough Gur, The Benedictine Monastery of Glenstall Abbey which is nearby in Murroe. Visit the wonderful towns of killaloe and Balllina on the river Shannon, not far from the beautiful Lough Derg. If you're feeling adventurous, why not take a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher or the ring of Kerry. both well worth a visit!
If fishing is your sport, close by you have the Mulcair river, which flows into the Shannon. The Mulcair provides a varity of types of fish, so there's something there for everyone. For walking or hiking in the Limerick area, try the Slieve Felim Way. This is a 36km, linear walking route, which starts in Murroe and runs through the foothills of Slieve Felim, Keeper hill and the Silvermines mountains. Alternatively, you could try the Multeen Way, which starts in Tipperary Town and is signposted towards Donohill, through scenic vales, to Cappawhite and then upwards to the Red Hill - for more information try Walking Routes Ireland or Multeen Tourism.
By night enjoy a Traditional Irish Music evening in Brou Brou Centre, in Cashel, in Co. Tipperary. Each Tuesday night you will find a Trad Music night in the Kickham Lounge in Tipperary Town. or a Hooley in Jim O the Mills Upperchurch each Thursday Night.
Don' t forget that it does rain in Ireland! So for those wet days, take your Kids to Tons of Fun, Eastway Business Park, Tipperary Road in Limerick. For all types of fun and games! For swimming, try Canon Hayes Recreation Centre in Tipperary Town.
Carrigmore farm is situated in the heart of the countryside, close to Cappawhite, on the Tipperary border. Set in peaceful pastoral farmland, the house offers you an opportunity to see an authentic farm, visit and admire many beautiful churches, in particular Solohead Church - which is located 5km away and has magnificent stained - glass windows,which were painted by the Harry Clarke Studios in Dublin many years ago.
The village of Doon is only 5km away. Doon is a small country village, located in East Limerick, close to the border of West Tipperary. It is 53km from Shannon Airport, 25km to Limerick city and only 16km toTipperary town, which offers supermarkets, clothes shops, bars and restaurants.The village has all the local amenities you could need: Doctors Surgery, Pharmacy, Post office, three Grocery's shops - two which provide hot food, A Butchers Shop, Newsagents, Garage Petrol, Hardware Store, Chinese restaurant, and many pubs,one which provides Lunches every day, The village is also known by its Irish Name as Dun Bleisce,which is the Irish Version of it's name.This means Fort of Bleisce,who is believed lived in these parts many years ago.
There are many local loop walks on minor and country roads, both within Carrigmore farm and in the locality. These are suitable for people of all ages.
A visit to Anna Moores pub in Doon is recommended, so be sure to visit and enjoy an excellent pint of Guinness
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14 Sep 2015
"Cozy Irish Farm Home With Traditional Music Bonus"
I think we have been adopted by newfound Irish relations and moved into their extra house on the farm! Plenty of room, a cheery fire to warm our bones, as well as electic heat(and a real electric clothes dryer!)for girls who are used to Georgia. Thanks, Tom, Tina, and Robert for sharing your farm, and making us feel right at home! We especially enjoyed meeting your friends who played Irish Music with us! We slept like lambs, in our quiet, cozy beds, and enjoyed full days of local sightseeing within easy driving distance. Cork, the Rock of Cashel, the swans on the River Shannon at Castleconnell, and the amazing Cliffs of Moher(the boat ride was the best view)with the live music in the pub there as well. We are already homesick for Ireland!
22 Aug 2015
"Wonderful country home with amazing views!"
Our group of 5 was welcomed by our wonderful host, Tom, within minutes of our arrival. The house was warm and cozy with the most comfortable beds and everything you could ever need for your stay. Tom gave us wonderful tips on where to go, directions, places to eat, history lessons, and even took us on a hike to the most beautiful view in the area. Carrigmore Farm was located pretty central to all of the regular tourist sites and very close to great little finds (especially when you get lost on the back roads). Rock of Cashel, Lough Gur, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park were just a few places that were a very quick drive away! Thank you for such a wonderful trip and place to stay!
5 Aug 2015
"Enjoy the comforts of home on vacation"
Perfect family vacation home. Tom & Tina make you feel like part of the family and offer great information on what to see and do locally and otherwise. They are warm and friendly and just made our stay that much more enjoyable. The weather was great, the house had everything we needed and we were able to relax and take in the beauty of the Irish countryside.
31 Jul 2015
"Nicest hospitality ever"
The property has anything you need : crockery, cutlery, books, boardgames, TV, DVD, wi-fi, wood for the fireplace ... But above all, there isTom, the owner. Tom is an extremely honest person and you can be sure that he will do anything possible to make your stay perfect. The house is old and this provides an extra of warmth and quietness. The property is ideal if you want to get around the region by car and later have a nice place to relax and spend a quality time with your family.
31 Aug 2012
"Authentic Rural Ireland Experience"
Tom and Tina Cummins are some of the most friendly and warm people we met on our tour through Europe. Tom was very willing to give us a full tour through the surrounding countryside and even to the venerable pub Annie Moore's in the nearby town of Doon. The house itself was a beautiful thing to behold, the original farmhouse on the property with a nice set of 21st century upgrades that don't take away from the feel of the place. The farm itself is still in operation, and Tom is always willing to have a guest accompany him on his daily rounds if they wish. All-in-all we were very blessed to have been directed to Mr. and Mrs. Cummins and their excellent accommodations.