Bedrooms:9 Bathrooms:8 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:18
Amenities:Central heating, Child Friendly
Description:Lisheen castle was restored from total ruin from 1995-2000 by the Everard family. Since then it has operated as luxury self-catering accommodation although catering can be arranged upon request. During your stay at Lisheen the entire castle will be exclusive to you and your party making it a unique experience to be remembered. The castle is located centrally in Ireland in the County of Tipperary making it very accessible to many of the magnificent sites of Ireland during your stay. r n r nThe accommodation in Lisheen Castle, Ireland is decorated and furnished to ensure that our guests can enjoy the splendour of former years without compromising on the comforts of today. The Castle accommodation currently comprises of 9 luxury bedrooms, of which 8 are en-suite (6 double and 2 singles and 1 twin). The Master Suite has a wonderful four-poster bed. All our suites are equipped with central Heating throughout, weather down duvets and each bed is luxuriously equipped with an Electric heating blanket. r n r nClick Here to View our Website (http://lisheencastle.com/) Let us know you found us on Travel Rental Network!
Bedrooms:5 Bathrooms:5 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:10
Description:This 4 star holiday home offers 5 bedrooms in a spacious, 2-storey house set among tranquil scenery with breathtaking views of Killala Bay and Bartra Island Island. The cosy house is within walking distance of pubs and shops in Killala village. The home is child friendly, offering enclosed gardens and plenty of outdoor space where children can play.
Bedrooms:5 Bathrooms:5 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:8
Amenities:BBQ, CD Player, Central heating, Child Friendly, DVD Player, Freezer, Laundry, Microwave, Non-Smoking, Patio, Pets OK, Refrigerator, Shower, TV, TowelsActivities:Beach
Description:This semi-detached cottage is located in the hamlet of Boolavogue, 5 miles from Ferns, County Wexford, and sleeps 8 people in 5 bedrooms. Boolavogue House is a semi-detached cottage, located on a working livestock farm in the hamlet of Boolavogue, 5 miles from Ferns, County Wexford. It sleeps a maximum of eight people in five bedrooms - three doubles, a twin and a family room, all with en-suite shower, basin and WC. There is a kitchen with a dining area seating four and a sitting room with a dining area seating six. Outside you will find ample off road parking and a front lawned garden and patio with furniture and BBQ. With the historic town of Ferns five miles away and beautiful coastline within easy reach, Boolavogue House makes a great base for a family holiday in County Wexford. n nAmenities: Oil central heating. Electric range with gas hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Free-to-air channels, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Lawned garden and patio to front with furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 3 mins walk, pub 1 mile. Note: Property accepts max. 8 people. Note: Use of owner’,s freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer by prior arrangement. n nRegion: Known as the “,Sunny South East”,, the counties of Wicklow, Wexford, Waterford and Tipperary offer everything you could need for a dream holiday in Ireland. Miles of sandy beach and scenic drives taking in mountains and coast are on your doorstep. n nTown: Ferns is a town in County Wexford and is a town of historic and religious importance in Ireland. Visit the remains of Ferns Castle or discover nearby Enniscorthy. The coastal resort of Courtown is an easy drive away, boasting a harbour and beach and Courtown Wood by the Owenavarro River.
Description:Lios Dc3a1na has sleeping and dining facilities for 16, conservatories, large lounge or activity room with spectacular views over Dingle Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and Ireland's highest mountain range, the MacGillicuddy's Reeks. n nFor larger groups an ideal extension to Lios Dc3a1na's accommodation facilities would be the rental of additional self-catering bungalows (separately owned) of which there are many around us. n nFull Catering or Part Catering options are available - Fish, Meat or Vegetarian menus. n nThere are restaurants and pubs within a short walking distance from us. n nThe lodge is uniquely decorated to create its own individual charm and character and is superbly appointed, featuring polished timber floors and beds, and all the utility appliances you will require to make your stay easy and enjoyable. Sweeping conservatory, private garden and scenic views ensure a relaxing country holiday break in beautiful Ireland. A peat burning stove adds to the ambience, and along with central heating, makes the lodge warm and cosy in the cooler months of this temperate climate region of Ireland. n ne280a2 Sleeping and dining for up to 16 ne280a2 Fabulous views of mountains & sea ne280a2 Conservatory & sun lounge ne280a2 Large 70sq metre activity room ne280a2 Central heating and log-burning stove ne280a2 Bay windows for panoramic views ne280a2 Mature gardens with trees and shrubs n nThe Upstairs Bedroom Accommodation comprises 8 bedrooms with 16 beds: ne280a2 Two large bedrooms each with one double and one single bed, both rooms have en-suite facilities (bath, shower, w.c. and wash hand basins). ne280a2 Two twin and two single-bed bedrooms, sharing two en-suite bathrooms comprising shower, wc & wash hand basins. ne280a2 Two bedrooms with double bunk beds and one single bed with adjoining bathrooms ne280a2 All bedrooms have clothes hanging facilities, chairs, bedside lights, wall-to-wall carpeting and curtains. n nThe Downstairs Accommodation comprises ne280a2 Day use rooms, all with panoramic views ne280a2 Reception/Lounge Room ne280a2 Large 600 sq ft Activity Room ne280a2 Large Kitchen with six-ring gas cooker ne280a2 Sunroom and Conservatory ne280a2 Utility Room.
Bedrooms:6 Bathrooms:6 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:12
Amenities:Child Friendly, Jacuzzi, Shower
Description:Carrowgarriff House is a large, 4-star, 6-bedroom house, newly built with all new modern conveniences. All rooms en-suite, 3,200 sq ft site. Situated on large family farm and accessed via electronic gates, for guests' privacy. Downstairs en-suite bedroom with wheelchair facilities. All showers are power showers. Jacuzzi for guests' use.
Description:This large and comfortable house in County Kerry has seven bedrooms and is able to sleep up to 19 people. This impressive, detached holiday home is situated in a scattered community just three miles from the lively town of Killarney. Full of character, this property offers comfortable, well equipped accommodation for up to 19 people, making it ideal for a large group of friends or a trip with extended family. Boasting wooden floors, an open fire, spacious living areas and seven bedrooms, the cottage is made even more spectacular by its views of the Killarney mountain ranges. With off road parking for 10 cars and a good size garden, this property is a wonderful place to spend a holiday in summer or winter. n nAmenities: Oil central heating with open fire in sitting room. Gas oven 150. n nRegion: County Kerry is a mystical and unspoilt part of Ireland, with spectacular natural beauty and a fascinating history. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, it features many sandy beaches, rocky inlets and stunning peninsulas. n nTown: Set alongside lake filled valleys in south west of Ireland is the town of Killarney. A popular holiday destination, this lovely settlement offers an abundance of traditional pubs and restaurants, as well as a colourful theatre and a host of good shops. Attractions include the celebrated Ladies' View - named after Queen Victoria's Ladies in Waiting - and the MacGillicuddy Reeks, Ireland’,s largest mountain range. Visitors can hire a horse-drawn jaunting car to explore the exciting walks at the National Park, or enjoy in a spot of local fishing. A range of sandy beaches are within half an hour’,s drive, whilst the Ring of Kerry, the vibrant town of Tralee and the stunning Dingle Peninsula are all just a short distance away.
Description:Panacea is a secluded family cottage on Achill Island with sea views, tastefully renovated into a Country Estate. This was our familye28099s cottage in a past generation, on the rugged, rural, scenic west coast of Ireland. We recently made it our family holiday home which we designed, furnished, and decorated for an elegant and cozy feel, yet retaining the old-world charm and feel of the original cottage. Panacea is full of high-end furniture, antiques, period accessories, quality kitchen ware, towels, and linens. Our home is available for weekly rental throughout the entire summer season, and any other time of the year we are not in Achill. Come be our guests. n nSome Background n nIn 2004, we bought the family cottage which is located in a small, rural village called The Valley, on Achill Island. Mary 's mother grew up in The Valley, and this cottage, her favorite cottage in The Valley, was owned and built by her cousin. Achill Island is the largest island off the coast of Ireland, connected to the mainland by a short bridge. It is in the West of Ireland (in County Mayo) which is known for its rugged beauty and undeveloped coastlines. Achill Island is still very undeveloped, and because of its remoteness and serene beauty, it has been a popular place for writers, poets, and painters to spend their creative sabbaticals. More recently, it has also started to become a popular place for Dubliners and other Europeans to holiday. Although a number of Holiday Cottages have been built in the last few years, the island is still very rural. One still must drive slowly around the narrow, windy roads, and frequently wait for cows or sheep meandering in your path. n nWe started a major renovation project on the cottage in late 2005, turning it into a four-bedroom, five-bathroom country estate which we named Panacea (meaning a cure for everything). The project was finally finished in early 2007. When we or family members are not there on holiday, we are making Panacea available for vacation rental. n nAchill Island is about 12 miles by 14 miles and has about 3000 people living year-round in its 22 small villages. You can count on at least one pub in every village. (Our local, as they say in Ireland, is just on the other side of the lake behind Panacea, in an historic estate of English nobility now called The Valley House.) In the holiday season, the population grows to about 12,000. The tourism supports several good restaurants, but with grocery stores nearby and a complete kitchen in Panacea, guests can choose to stay huddled in the cottage in front of a cozy turf fire -- now that 's the real Irish way. n nA Bit of Personal History Behind This Project n nThe idea of Panacea as a name for a cottage comes from Gordon 's grandmother 's summer cottage in Chautauqua, Illinois. This name always seemed so fitting for a peaceful get-away cottage in a village like Chautauqua. Although Achill Island is so different from Chautauqua in many ways, in so many other ways they are alike. So taking the name of Panacea seemed as fitting for the quaintness, the smallness, and the friendliness of the inhabitants of Achill Island today, as it was for Chautauqua many years ago. And by taking this name for our new Chautauqua in Ireland, we have combined the heritage from both sides of our families. n nBut of course we had to have the Irish (Gaelic) word for Panacea to do full justice to the Irish side -- and we were excited to find out that there actually is a Gaelic word for Panacea. So ... the Gaelic name for our cottage is Uile-c3adoc (pronounced illa eek), which literally translates to cure-all. You will find both names on the distinctive bronze plaque that graces the entrance to our cottage. n nMary 's mother, Bridget, always wanted to return to Achill Island, but she never did. She had such a hard time leaving it the first time back in 1947, she was afraid that if she ever went back, she would not be able to bring herself to leave it a second time. She always said, I don 't want to go back because I don 't want to leave my seven kids without a mother. n nBridget died a few months before we visited Achill Island for the first time in 2002. We always thought how pleased she would have been had she known we even went back. But when we fell in love with the place, and returned two years later to buy her favorite cottage in The Valley, we couldn 't begin to imagine the elation she would have felt if she were still with us. So there was a bit of sadness throughout the project. At the very outset, we decided to build Uile-c3adoc (Panacea) in honor of Bridget Grealis Scheumbauer.
Bedrooms:4 Bathrooms:5 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:6
Amenities:CD Player, Central heating, Child Friendly, DVD Player, Dishwasher, Freezer, Jacuzzi, Laundry, Microwave, Mountain View, No Pets, Non-Smoking, Oven, Refrigerator, TV, Towels, Woodburning StoveActivities:Beach, Biking, Fishing, Golf, Restaurants
Description:This detached cottage is located three miles from Beaufort near Killarney and can sleep six people in four bedrooms. Kissane's Cottage is a detached cottage close to the village of Beaufort near to Killarney in County Kerry. The cottage sleeps six people and has three double bedrooms and one twin room (all with ensuites), plus a family bathrooms with a Jacuzzi. The cottage also has a fitted kitchen with a dining area and a woodburner and a sitting room with an open fire. Outside the cottage is off road parking and a rear garden with outdoor furniture. Kissane's Cottage is a high quality Irish cottage for a memorable family holiday. n nAmenities: Oil central heating with woodburning stove in dining area and open fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio. Fuel and power charged by meter reading (first €,25 inc. in rent). Starter packs for open fire and woodburning stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 4 cars. Lawned garden to front with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 7 mins walk, pub 3 miles. Note: This property is not suitable for infants. n nRegion: County Kerry is a mystical and unspoilt part of Ireland, with spectacular natural beauty and a fascinating history. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, it features many sandy beaches, rocky inlets and stunning peninsulas. n nTown: Beaufort is a small village situated in a scenic area at the foot of the Macgillycuddy Reeks near the Gap of Dunloe. This is a great location for walking with stunning mountain views. The village has shops, pubs and restaurants, and is situated between Killorglin and Killarney, the latter being a mecca for holidaymakers every year with its wide open countryside, beaches close at hand, annual festivals and great night life, with traditional music played in many of the pubs and bars. A host of activities are available in the area including riding, walking, cycling, golf and fishing.
Description:Located within a short walk of Lahinch Village beside the Atlantic Ocean, Dough Mor Lodge is your home away from home. It is an ideal base for touring County Clare and neighbouring counties with easy access to Shannon Airport. A must holiday rental for Golfing enthusiasts with Lahinchs' Championship Golf Links a 2 minute drive away and the famous Greg Norman designed Doonbeg Golf Course nearby. nFor watersport activities there is surfing, kite surfing, canoeing, windsurfing etc...all available with local instructors. For those who would prefer indoor activities there is Lahinch Seaworld Complex which includes a 25m swimming pool and gym. For people looking for relaxation and pampering The Falls Spa Resort is a 5 minute drive away.
Description:The home and stables were both built with all stone indigenous to the region. Both feature arched windows and slate roofs. The main floor is approximately 3,200 square feet featuring oak floors through out. The home features four bedrooms all en suite plus and a main hall vanity bathroom. There are four fireplaces(two in bedrooms) and two built with all stone. In addition there is a beautiful sitting room off main entry with wonderful views of the site, stables and countryside. The room and fireplace provide a most comfortable setting to enjoy quiet evening at home. In addition there is a large den (office) with full stone wall fireplace that provides a perfect place to read and relax. r nJust a short walk into the village of Graiguenamanagh. It is well known for the lush beautiful countryside that surrounds it and the the 800 hundred year old Duiske Abbey, which was once Ireland's largest Cisterian place of worship. Fishing, boating and swimming are available at the River Barrow.