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Sleeps 4
1 dog
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom

A delightful, detached cottage, at the foot of the Ballyhoura Mountains in Glenosheen, 2 miles from Ardpatrick. Over 400 years old, and steeped in history, this original farm cottage has traditional thick stone walls, a stunning open fireplace, and a cosy, inviting atmosphere, that evokes a real sense of having stepped back in time. The bedrooms boast original iron bedframes and the cottage provides stunning views of Castle Oliver and the rolling countryside. Time can be spent enjoying the traditional Irish music of the Ardpatrick village pub or the many local outdoor pursuits including horse riding, fishing, and mountain walking. An ideal base for any holiday and just a 90-minute drive from Shannon Airport.

Oil central heating with open fire in kitchen sitting area. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer (in outside shed), washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV, DVD, CD player, WiFi. Oil and electricity charged from meter reading. Starter pack of fuel for open fire inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Cot available on request. Ample off road parking. Small yard with garden furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 miles. Welcome pack on arrival.

Two double bedrooms. Dressing room. Bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and sitting area with open fire. Additional sitting room with sofa bed. Utility room.

Originally built by a colony of Palatine settlers, the village of Glenosheen is located below the Ballyhoura Mountains and is just two miles from the village of Ardpatrick - named after Ireland's patron saint. St. Patrick himself is reputed to have built a church on the hill that overlooks the village - the remnants of which still exist today. The market town of Kilfannane is also close by and boasts the title of the highest town in County Limerick as well as an excellent outdoor education centre for school, youth and adult groups, offering a wide range of adventure sports and courses. These include canoeing, rock climbing, hill walking, horse riding and abseiling, giving visitors a wide range to choose from. County Limerick is rich in history and is packed with castles, museums and medieval churches.

Features

Beach Nearby
Parking Available
Secluded
Rural
WiFi
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Unique
Coastal
Stair Gate
Cot / Travel Cot

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