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1600 Fortified Jacobean Manor on secluded estate a perfect place to see Ireland.

People17
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms5
Separate WC's1
Space 7,000 sq ft
Property type castle
Minimum Stay 3 nights

Overview

About the property

Tranquil historic estate accommodating guests in luxury ideal for groups.

Glenbeg, a historic castle has been sensitively restored, preserving its historic past, whilst catering to the needs and comforts of modern living.

Glenbeg Estate is the maternal home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who visited during his life time and wrote some of his early work while visiting with his family here.

You and your party will have exclusive use of the property during your stay.

The house stretches over 7000 sq feet; the ground floor has a large entrance hall, dining room, living room and WC. To the back is a gourmet kitchen with a large open fire, a utility room with a US washer and dryer. There are two tower rooms, one devoted to Dining Room service and the other a Children’s Gaming Room stocked with an extensive selection of games and movies. The Living room has a large screen Smart TV with Sky Movies and Wifi.

If there is a necessity to work, there is a private office with PC and Printer.

Upstairs there are 6 spacious bedrooms. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms on the second floor. There are two further bedrooms with shared bathroom facilities on the third floor. Each bedroom has its own character permitting guests some personal space to relax. The bathrooms all have modern fixtures.

Glenbeg located at the Nexus Point of the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland's Ancient East, allowing travelers to explore both famous routes while staying at Glenbeg.

The beaches of Clonea and Ardmore are also a short 30 minute drive. We supply Sand Buckets, Coolers, Fishing Nets and Chairs.

( See Things to Do below)

http://www.wildatlanticway.com/home

https://www.irelandsancienteast.com/

Glenbeg is surrounded by extensive lawns and is bordered by woodlands with large trees, many hundreds of years old. There are patio areas to the front and side of the house, perfect for relaxing or entertaining during summer days, long Bbqs into the night or sitting around the fire pit.

Please visit Glenbeghouse.com for a detailed description of the property.

Prior to arrival each party will receive a household manual detailing the various amenities available at Glenbeg including local Restaurants, Grocery Stores, Road Trips, information for tourist sites and activities.

Things to Do:

Ancient East:

Glenbeg is close to the historic towns of Lismore, Youghal and Dungarvan where the history of Ireland's Ancient East can be discovered.

www.irelandsancienteast.com

Perhaps discover your Viking heritage along the route in Waterford and be thrown a 1000 years back in History.

https://www.irelandsancienteast.com/discover/stories/featured-stories/waterford-viking-triangle?gclid=CjwKCAjwl_PNBRBcEiwA4pplRYQltOTakp7d5SJrCQCG5yBCFUpZIfk17sE4R-_bJlpPuTOOdg4p5hoCjm0QAvD_BwE

Within an hours drive one can explore the Rock Of Cashel and the town of Cahir with its famous Castle.

http://www.cashel.ie/

http://www.heritageireland.ie/en/south-east/cahircastle/

A little further on is the ancient walled city of Kilkenny and its historic Castle.

http://www.kilkennycastle.ie/

Wild Atlantic Way

http://www.wildatlanticway.com/home

Glenbeg is located at the Nexus Point of the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland's Ancient East, permitting those who stay at Glenbeg to explore these two great tourist trails. Kinsale the traditional starting point of the southern portion of the Wild Atlantic Way is an hours drive from Glenbeg:

http://www.wildatlanticway.com/itineraries/haven-coast/haven-coast-5-day-itinerary,

this entire portion of the Southern Route can be explored on a leisurely drive from Glenbeg. We can make suggestions for secluded Coves, Bars, Restaurants and historic sites along the route to enhance your trip.

Such as a visit to the historic Port of Cobh

(described later) and a Ferry Crossing of Cork Harbour to explore Cork Harbor, Kinsale and West Cork, recreating the emigrant experience of so many generations who chose to travel from their homes in West Cork to Cobh and onward to their future lives in the "Americas".

LIsmore:

Lismore has a thriving artistic and cultural scene. In June the town hosts its annual Opera Festival staging an Opera in the grounds of Lismore Castle. www.lismoreoperafestival.com/

Lismore Castle is the site of Lismore Castle Arts

www.lismorecastlearts.ie which presents a number of events and exibitions throughout the year is located in the gardens of Lismore Castle, one of Ireland's greatest estates. www.lismorecastlegardens.com is a must see when visiting Ireland.

Beaches:

Youghal and Dungarvan lie on the Irish south coast a short drive from Glenbeg, both are surrounded by beautiful beaches such as Whiting Bay, Ardmore, Clonea and Youghal. We maintain a collection of beach chairs, umbrellas, coolers, portable Bbq's, beach toys, wet suits and nets for rock pool exploration for our guests.

Greenway Biking

Dungarvan boasts Ireland's newest attraction the Greenway, a redevelopment of the old Waterford to Dungarvan Railroad as a Cycle and walking path. Bicycles are available for rent along the Greenway. We also have some bicycles available for our guests.

http://www.deisegreenway.com/

Waterford City:

The City of Waterford is an hours drive from Glenbeg famous for its Glass Works.

www.waterfordvisitorcentre.com

Close to Waterford is the miniature Suir Valley Railway line with its original steam locomotives, a great trip for all family members.

http://www.wsvrailway.ie/

Surrounding Waterford are a number of historic houses and estates that are open to the public to visit.

http://curraghmorehouse.ie/

http://www.mountcongreve.com/

CORK CITY:

Glenbeg is a short journey to the city of Cork with its world famous food market. Glenbeg is 30 miles from Midleton, home to the Jameson Distillery, a wonderful experience for whiskey drinkers. For the young scientist there is the Cork Observatory which hosts a permanent exhibit devoted to the wonders of the Universe.

corkcity.ie

http://www.englishmarket.ie/

http://www.bco.ie/

jamesonwhiskey.com

The World famous Blarney Stone is located 15 Minutes from Cork City at Blarney Castle

www.blarneycastle.ie

FOTA HOUSE:

Close by is Fota House with its Wildlife Park and arboretum with rare tree species. Wonderful Safari park for Children.

fotahouse.com

http://www.fotawildlife.ie/

Cobh and The Titanic

Close to Fota and Cork City is historic Cobh with its links to Ireland's immigrant and nautical history.

In Cobh one can visit the Titanic Experience:

http://www.titanicexperiencecobh.ie/what-to-expect/

Cobh is also the site of the Heritage Center dedicated to Ireland's Immigrant History:

http://www.cobhheritage.com/

FISHING:

Fishing both on the river Blackwater and at Sea which we are happy to arrange or please see Fishing in Ireland for more.

fishinginireland.info

Antiques

Glenbeg is surrounded by many Antique Dealers and Auction Houses. If one wishes to purchase a special souvenir or piece of jewellery we are happy to recommend dealers to our guests.

COOKING:

Cooking classes at the culinary schools at Ballymaloe and Dungarvan.

www.ballymaloe.ie/

http://tannery.ie/cookery-school/

HORSE RIDING:

There are many opportunities to horse ride and pony trek for experienced riders and novices which we are happy to arrange for our guests.

Boating and Kayaking

The Blackwater river and surrounding Coastline can be explored by Kayak and Boat trips.

http://www.blackwateroutdooractivities.com/kayaking_on_river_blackwater.html

http://ardmoreadventures.ie/activities/families/

ST. MARY'S ABBEY:

Two miles from Glenbeg lies Ireland's only Cistercian Convent at St. Mary's Abbey, Glencairn for those seeking a tranquil visit. PBS made a special report on the abbey in 2011.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eWu4jQ9RoM

St. Marys is an important link to the spiritual past of the countryside. Lismore was an important site of Christian Pilgrimage during the Celtic and Medieval past. We are happy to arrange visits to sites of worship such as Holy Wells which are located in remote sites of great beauty in the surrounding countryside. These Wells are typically associated with saints and the waters of which are believed to have various curative properties.

BOOLEY HOUSE:

For those interested in Celtic Music and dance, every summer the world famous Booley House is performed weekly in the village of Ballyduff 1 mile away.

thebooleyhouse.com

FARMERS MARKETS

Glenbeg is surrounded by some of Ireland's most fertile land producing the finest of natural and organic produce. Farmers markets are to be found in every town weekly selling local artisan produce. Great meat, fish, eggs and shellfish are readily sourced. The Farmers Market in Midleton is a must visit on Saturday morning.

Farmers Market Database

discoveringcork.ie

GOLF:

Golfing is a short trip away, with many fine championship courses. Most towns including Lismore boast a local course with moderate fees and easy access.

http://www.lismoregolf.org/

and the previously mentioned Fota Island has an excellent golf course

http://www.fotaisland.ie/championship-cork-golf-club

as does the resort at Castlemartyr , 10 Minutes drive from Midleton.

http://www.castlemartyrresort.ie

STAYING IN:

Having come along way, why not stay "close to home" for a little while. Glenbeg is secluded and private, surrounded by beautiful woods and pastures. The countryside invites a leisurely stroll on many of the quiet rural roads.

The house has a well stocked library, one can relax with a book and a glass of wine in one of our outdoor spaces or curled up on a couch in front of an open fire reading some Sherlock Holmes in a family home of the author, Conan Doyle.

The Kitchen is well equipped if one wants to explore a culinary experience such as ice cream making, slow cooking using sous-vide or taking a turn with the AGA. We have an extensive cook book collection.

Family Gatherings:

Many of our guests take the opportunity of a stay a Glenbeg to celebrate life events. We are happy to help organize staff for these.

More Details

Owner
Gerard
Member since: 2016
Speaks English
Response time:
Within a few hours
Response rate:
100%
Calendar last updated:
30 March, 2018

About Gerard

We live at this property together with our three children, we purchased Glenbeg after returning to Ireland from the United States.

Gerard purchased this castle in 2004

Why Gerard chose Lismore

The restoration of this property is a labour of love for us. Glenbeg exudes an unique sense of place for our family.

What makes this castle unique

The peace, tranquillity and privacy offered by the house's natural setting in the Blackwater valley which offers picturesque views of the Blackwater river and the surrounding countryside.

The beauty of the house with it's large spacious light filled rooms makes it a comfortable family home, a 400 year old lineage to historical figures such as Conan Doyle.

Facilities

Accommodation and facilities for this holiday castle in Lismore in County Waterford

Property Type:
  • castle
Meals:
  • Catering available
  • Breakfast - Booking Possible
  • Dinner - Booking Possible
Floor Area:
  • 7000 sq ft
House Rules:
  • Check-in: 15:30
  • /
  • Check-out: 10:00
  • Max. occupancy: 17
  • Max. adults: 17
  • Min. age of primary renter: 21
  • Children welcome ...
  • Parties/events allowed ...
  • Pets considered
  • Non smoking only
  • Parties/ Events and Commercial Activities are allowed by prior Agreement at time of booking. No Re-Rentals or Sublets permitted
Location Type:
  • Mountain View ...
  • near the sea ...
  • rural
  • Water View ...
Theme:
  • Away From It All
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Tourist Attractions
General:
  • Clothes Dryer ...
  • Fireplace ...
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room ...
  • Parking
  • Telephone ...
  • Towels Provided
  • Washing Machine ...
Kitchen:
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dishwasher ...
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave
  • Oven ...
  • Pantry Items
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Hob ...
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Room
  • seating for 15 people
Bathrooms:
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • 1 Separate WC
  • Bathroom 1 - Toilet , Bath with Shower , Bathroom Dedicated to Bedroom 4
    Bathroom 2 - Toilet , Bath with Shower , Ensuite Bedroom 2
    Bathroom 4 - Toilet , Shower Enclosure , Ensuite Bedroom 1
    Bathroom 3 - Toilet , Shower Enclosure , Ensuite Bedroom 3
    Bathroom 5 - Toilet , Downstairs 1/2 Bath
    Bathroom 6 - Toilet , Shower Enclosure , 1/2 Bath Shared with Bedrooms 5 and 6 (Shower in Bedroom5)
Bedrooms:
  • 6 Bedrooms, Sleeps 17
  • Bedroom 2 Four Poster Queen Bed - 1 Large Double Bed , (12’X14’) Queen Size Four Poster Bed ensuite Bath Room
    Bedroom 1 King ensuite - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed , Bedroom 1 (18’ x14’) King Sized Four Poster bed
    Bedroom 4 Queen - 1 Large Double Bed , 1 Child Bed , 1 Sofa bed/Futon , (17’X17’) plus Day Bed and Kids Bed with Dedicated Bathroom
    Bedroom 6 Sleeps 2 Adults or 2/3 Kids - 1 Double Bed , 1 Child Bed , (12’x12’) Double Bed (5Ft) shared WC
    Bedroom 5 Sleeps 2 Adults and Couch - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed , Attic (17X14) Super King Sleigh bed, shower, Sink, Couch
    Bedroom 3 - 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed , 1 Single Bed , 1 Sofa bed/Futon , (18’X14’) with Adjacent Tower ensuite WC and walkin Shower
    Bedroom 7 Office with Sofa Bed - 1 Sofa bed/Futon , Ground Floor Large Sofa Bed with a 4ft bed next to 1/2 Bath
Entertainment:
  • Books ...
  • DVD Player
  • Game Room ...
  • Games ...
  • Pool Table ...
  • Satellite / Cable ...
  • Television ...
  • Toys
  • Video Games
Outside:
  • Bicycles
  • Terrace ...
  • Golf ...
  • Lanai / Gazebo ...
  • Garden ...
  • Barbecue ...
  • 3 bicycles
Suitability:
  • wheelchair inaccessible ...
Attractions:
  • arboretum
  • autumn foliage
  • bay
  • botanical garden
  • caves
  • churches
  • forests
  • museums
  • restaurants
  • ruins
  • waterfalls
Leisure Activities:
  • antique hunting
  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • eco tourism
  • horse riding
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • Babysitter
  • fitness centre
  • groceries
  • laundrette - serviced
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • mountaineering
  • bay fishing
  • swimming
Notes:
You and your party will have exclusive use of the property during your stay. We have a selection of Beach Chairs, Umbrellas, a portable Gas Grill and coolers for day trips to the beaches.

Reviews

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1600 Fortified Jacobean Manor on secluded estate a perfect place to see Ireland.
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5

Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful!

  • 5 of 5

This is an absolutely stunning home! It's perfect for a family reunion and close to some beautiful sights. However, be warned, because the property is so welcoming and warm that you may decide never to go out and instead spend your days lounging by the open fires or strolling t

through the grounds of the house.

Three are 6 bedrooms, all good sized and private. The kitchen is well equipped and has the best fireplace in the house.

It's easy to get to the house from Cork airport, it took us less than an hour. Once we got there we found that the host had left us with a fridge fully staffed for breakfast for the next morning and with treats for the children - things just got better and better from that point on. We had asked the host to help us organise an itinerary and we found his suggestions excellent. A chef and staff are available for dinner, all organised again by the host. All worked perfectly and we had a memorable family holiday. We'll definitely be back.

  • Review Submitted: 06-Mar-2018
  • Date of Stay: February 2018
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you so much Sabrina for your kind review. It was a delight to meet you and your family. Very happy everything worked out and I look forward to tasting your Italian cuisine upon your return ! Sincerely Gerard
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5

A New Year to Remember!

  • 5 of 5

My family (including extended family, made up of 2 couples in their 40's, 2 your couples in their early 20's, 2 teenagers and 2 kids - 12 in the group) stayed at this property in order to bring in the new year of 2018 together. - It was perfect!... The Manor house is everything you would expect and more!... The property was clean and had a wonderful peacefulness about it (which can be unusual for a property of such history and age). The owners were excellent in giving us all the necessary details and went above and beyond in assisting us in our arrangements, including providing/arranging a chef and waiter service for the three days (which were absolutely excellent and we would highly recommend!). The house was perfect for our family gathering and we never actually left the house/grounds over the 3 days – there was enough (more than enough) to entertain all the ages (from 5 years of age to 40+ !!) within the house and perfect settings for leisurely walks around the grounds.

We would highly recommend this property for anyone wishing for something a little different in Ireland and to experience the life (if just for a few days) of the gentry of previous ages! - We would recommend this property and would hope to return to it some day!

  • Review Submitted: 04-Jan-2018
  • Date of Stay: December 2017
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you so much Joe for your kind words. It was a pleasure to have your family stay at Glenbeg over New Years. Glenbeg has been around for over 400 Years and has had its Natural beauty commented upon many times including Rev Smith in 1732 stating " Glenbeg where Nature has done much and man little". We are glad that our Chef and staff made your stay that little bit special and will pass on your kind words to them. We look forward to welcoming your family back sometime in the future. Happy New Year Gerard
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Libertyville
5

An Unreal Estate!

  • 5 of 5

Just an unbelievable stay. Our family of seven stayed here five nights during our two weeks in Ireland. While we stayed in castles along the way, this property was by far and away our favorite. The owners are beyond accommodating with suggestions. Each one of the suggestions made our trip more memorable. The property itself is breathtaking. Our girls watched the horses across the fence for hours and played endlessly on the trampoline. The house is set up perfectly for large families like ours. We headed into Lismore a few times for drinks and meals but actually preferred to cook at the home and eat in the spacious dining room. There is a butcher in town with exceptional meats. We highly recommend it. We closed our stay with service at the abbey down the road (another one of Gerard's brilliant suggestions). If you have time, it's worth the visit. We cannot say enough about the memories we were able to make at this estate. Everything is top of the line. We cannot wait to get back.

  • Review Submitted: 06-Sep-2017
  • Date of Stay: July 2017
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you Tom for your kind words. We are very happy that you had a memorable time enjoying the tranquility at Glenbeg, the surround estate has remained as it has for over 400 years. I am glad you had the opportunity to sample our local produce, grown or fished locally by families who have done so for generations and who care about their work which shows in the end result. Saint Mary's our Abbey is very special, an experience that's stays with the people who go there. St Marys is a direct link to Lismore's famous Christian past, it was an important pilgrimage destination during the Celtic and medieval Ireland and is the burial place of 27 Saints of the Catholic Church. Hopefully upon your return, we can organize a visit for you to some of the ancient Holy Wells located in the surrounding countryside that have been places of Christian worship and many predate Christianity. These are located in areas of great tranquil beauty and have associations with Saints and the waters of which are believed to hold curative properties. I hope we will see you and your family some time soon. Sincerely Gerard
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5

Fantastic family reunion

  • 5 of 5

Very comfortable beautifully decorated home. We loved the great modern showers and the fully equipped kitchen. We enjoyed the house so much we cancelled our dinner booking and stayed home instead. It was perfect for our family get together. No arguments over rooms as they were all so beautiful. Thanks Gerard for all your help in arranging a memorable family weekend

  • Review Submitted: 06-Sep-2017
  • Date of Stay: June 2017
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you Edith , we are so happy you and your family had a great get together, please look us up the next time your are back in Ireland. Sincerely Gerard
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San Francisco
5

Perfect place to stay with large families!

  • 5 of 5

Our group of 14 stayed at the Glenbeg house for a family reunion and vacation. First off, working with Gerard coordinating everything was so easy and Gerard was so helpful and knowledgable about all activities and surrounding areas of Ireland. Gerard went above and beyond in helping us with our travels to get the Glenbeg home. Billy the home caretaker went out of his way to make us feel at home and comfortable. They left us some food to help us get settled as well. The home was so comfortable for us to stay in with such a large group. The property was exceptional as well, seeing the beautiful herd of cows, sheep and horses. We were able to have outdoor games played by the children and cook up wonderful meals in the home. The town, Lismore has an amazing castle to visit the grounds and the town of Fermoy is close for grocery's.

Thank you for letting us stay at your beautiful home! We will come back the next time we are in town.

  • Review Submitted: 05-Sep-2017
  • Date of Stay: July 2017
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you Kimberly it was a pleasure to host your family and we look forward to welcoming back. Sincerely Gerard
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5

Fabulous setting, fabulous stay

  • 5 of 5

We stayed here with our extended family over the Easter weekend. With three generations of family, aged 2 to 70 something, plus dogs, it was the perfect location. The house was amazing, the grounds fabulous and the welcome from Gerard and family second to none. It makes such a difference to stay in somewhere that is a family home, rather than just a holiday let, especially as Gerard is obviously just as foodie as we all are. Clean, warm, grand but friendly, what else would you need?

  • Review Submitted: 07-May-2017
  • Date of Stay: April 2017
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you Sarah so much for your kind review. We are happiest when Glenbeg has given our guests a treasured memory of a special place shared with family and friends. We look forward to welcoming your family back in the future. Sincerely Gerard
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Location

Nearest Airport
40 Miles
Cork City 50 Mins., Limerick 1 Hour, Galway 2 Hou
Nearest Ferry
75 Miles
Rosslare
Nearest Golf
4 Miles
Lismore , many world Class courses 30 mins drive
Nearest Train
35 Miles
Cork
Nearest Motorway
8 Miles
Glenbeg is 15 minutes drive from Ireland's new
Nearest Beach
20 Miles
Ardmore
Car: necessary

Nestled in it’s own ancient parkland in the Blackwater valley. Glenbeg is close to the historic towns of Lismore and Youghal.

http://www.lismoreheritagetown.ie/

Lismore hosts it's annual international Opera Festival in June of each year.

The world famous Lismore Castle Gardens are open to the public during the summer months as is the Lismore Castle Arts Center.

http://www.lismorecastlearts.ie/ which hosts a number of exhibits during the year.

Glenbeg is a short journey to the port city of cork (35 Miles) with its world famous food market. For the young scientist there is the Cork Observatory with its permanent exhibit devoted to the wonders of the Universe and its summer camp. http://www.bco.ie/

It is 30 miles from Midleton, home to the Jameson Distillery, a wonderful experience for whiskey drinkers. The Farmers Market in Midleton is a must visit on Saturday mornings.

Close by is Fota House with its Wildlife Park http://www.fotawildlife.ie/

and arboretum with rare tree species. http://fotahouse.com/

The beaches of Youghal, Clonea and Ardmore are a short 30 minute drive. Fishing both on the Blackwater and at Sea is easily arranged, as are cooking classes at the culinary schools at Ballymaloe and Dungarvan.

Glenbeg is surrounded by some of Ireland's most fertile land producing the finest of natural and organic produce. Farmers markets are to be found in every town weekly selling local artisan produce. Great meat, fish, eggs and shellfish are readily sourced.

Golfing is a short trip away, with many fine championship courses. Most towns including Lismore boast a local course with moderate fees and easy access.

There are many opportunities to horse ride and pony trek for experienced riders and novices. The Blackwater river can also be explored by canoe and boat trips .

The old Dungarvan Railway line has been reopened as a cycle and walk way.

Bicycles can be rented along the route.

http://www.deisegreenway.com/. We also have some bicycles available for our guests.

Waterford City is a short drive away with its world famous glass :

www.waterfordvisitorcentre.com

Given our rich history there are many Antique dealers located close by and we are happy to recommend some to our guests.

Next Door is Ireland's only Cistercian Convent at Glencairn Abbey for those seeking a tranquil visit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eWu4jQ9RoM

For those interested in Celtic Music and dance, every summer the world famous Booley House (thebooleyhouse.com) is performed weekly in the village of Ballyduff 1 mile away.

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Prices & Availability

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Additional pricing information

Additional Guest Fee £30.74 per person per night
Damage Deposit £439.13

All rentals require a completed short term Rental Agreement. A Cleaning fee of Euro 150 will be charged for rentals of 5 days or less.

Owner's Cancellation Policy

  • 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
  • 100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
  • Service Fee fully refunded on cancellations that qualify for 100% refund.
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