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Guesthouses in Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford.
Find quality B&B and Guest House lodgings in Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford.
Auburn Terrace is an elegant Georgian style guest house situated in the heart of Wexford town, it is recognised as one of the most relaxing places to stay in the town. It's cosy style rooms and its close proximity to the main shopping area; makes it the best choice for your budget. As a guest at Auburn Terrace you will enjoy FREE town parking, relaxed breakfast times and a fun vibrant atmosphere
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Avlon House bed & breakfast is a town house of charm and character, with private car parking, offering visitors a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of Carlow Town. It is only a few minutes stroll from the heart of this Market town that is our county capital. The house was sensitively constructed & decorated in 2007 to include modern creature comforts. Bedrooms are decorated with traditional furnishings and have spacious elegant en-suite, power showers, direct dial telephones, hair dryers, trouser press, Tea coffee facilities broadband access and multi channel televisions. You are assured of a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in the warm and cozy guest lounges where open fires await you wether your browsing through the books or catching up with your favorite soap on TV. Guests awaken to the smell of freshly cooked local foods. Breakfast served in our well appointed dining room is leisurely and relaxed between 7-10 each morning. A full breakfast menu is provided which changes with the season, and always includes vegetarian dishes. Shopping centres, Restaurants, Bars & the public transport systems are within easy walking distance.
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Butler House also known as the Dower House of Kilkenny Castle, has always been associated with the Butler Family, Dukes & Earls of Ormonde who also built the irish castle, stables and coach houses at the rear, and resided at Kilkenny Castle for 500 years. This ireland estate offers Sweeping staircases, magnificent plastered ceilings, marble fireplaces and a charming walled garden are all features of this notable Georgian residence. Butler House was originally restored in the early 1970’s by Kilkenny Design who painstakingly restored the original architectural features and furnished this historic Ireland structure in a very unique and contemporary way. The influence of Kilkenny Design has always been one of the unique features of Butler House. The house has undergone a number of refurbishments since then, however the influence of the original Kilkenny Design Team is still visible throughout the house today. The superb location of Butler House in the centre of historic Kilkenny City offers visitors the best of two worlds. Through the back door you will find Patrick Street, which leads to the commercial centre of the city where you can find shops, bars and restaurants. Through the front door you will find the internationally renowned Butler House Walled Garden. This charming Georgian garden was restored to its former glory in 1999 and boosts its own private entrance to the Castle yard and Kilkenny Castle. This is another unique feature of this wonderful house.
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Careysville House is an exclusive, fine Georgian Country House providing guests with luxury accommodation in a beautiful setting overlooking the River Blackwater. Residents can fish on one of the best salmon runs in Ireland. The Blackwater has excellent runs of Spring Salmon with Fly and Bait Fishing readily available. The House is late Georgian, built on the site of Ballymacpatrick Castle, overlooking the River Blackwater. It is about 3 miles downstream from Fermoy and situated in scenic, rolling countryside with wonderful views along the Blackwater Valley. Cork is only 25 miles away with excellent shopping facilities and an opera house. Cork Airport takes about 40 minutes by car and has several flights a day to and from London. The accommodation includes a spacious entrance hall, drawing room, dining room and study. On the first floor there are five double bedrooms and one single room. The basement has an excellent drying room and a deep-freeze for guests to store their catch. Guests may bring their own wines. Careysville House is fully staffed and meals are served during the salmon fishing season. At other times Careysville House may be taken on a self-catering basis. Guests that do not want to fish have plenty to see or do in the area. Amongst the highlights are the National Monument at Cashel, golf courses and horse racing at Mallow, Thurles, Clonmel and Tipperary.
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Diamond Hill Country House is located in the village of Milepost, a short drive from Waterford City Centre. The guesthouse is run by Ben and Kate Smith and their helpful staff. Set in peaceful 2 acre gardens it is ideal for those looking for a quiet break close to city of Waterford. Diamond Hill Country House has been extensively refurbished in recent years with all bedrooms decorated to the highest level with ensuite and tea & coffee making facilities, multi channel T.V and high-pressure showers. If you are interested in exploring the surrounding area Diamond Hill is positioned well for touring Waterford. A visit to Dunmore East and Hook Head is a must for any visitor. Golf enthusiasts are well catered for in the area with a choice of 10 courses to choose from - all within a 25 minutes’ drive from the house. Other activities nearby include horse riding and angling and watersports.
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The award winning Fanad House guesthouse is owner operated by Pat Wallace who has many years in the hospitality business in Kilkenny City. The guesthouse is a 5 minute walk from the city and is a great base from which to explore. Established in 2001 the Wallace family who run the guesthouse have built a strong reputation on providing home comforts away from home and a breakfast that is not to be missed! A warm Irish welcome awaits you at Fanad House Bed and Breakfast in Kilkenny, your home away from home.
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Major renovations and extensions were completed at the Wall Family’s large modern guesthouse in the spring of 1999, but Hanora’s still nurtures the spirit of the ancestral home around which it is built. The Walls are caring and hospitable hosts and this plus the luxurious accommodation and good food make Hanora’s a very special place. Overnight guests have the privilege of starting the day with Hanora’s legendary breakfast buffet, which is the Munster and National winner of the Denny Irish Breakfast Award. A completely new restaurant and kitchen emerged from the extension of Hanora’s Cottage and imaginative, well-balanced menus make for some excellent dining.
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Kathleen and Jack Mernagh's magical farm B&B is the perfect place for stressed townies, especially with children in tow - a real castle, a 17th century house to stay in, and lots to do. The past and present mix effortlessly in Killiane Castle: the farmhouse and Towerhouse are 17th century and some of the 13th century Norman Castle still stands. Inside there's a spacious entrance hall, an elegant, comfortably furnished residents' sitting-room with an open fire, and there's a small room down a few steps used as a TV room. Climb up the 17th century staircase to the second and third floors, where individually-designed bedrooms have comfortable beds, en-suite facilities and great views over the countryside. There's a driving range, croquet, tennis court, lots of garden furniture (for all times of day and wind direction), very comfortable accommodation and plenty to read in both the sitting room and bedrooms (history of castle, area, books and magazines). This friendly family always have plans for further improvements and they are hoping to repair the castle, with a view to restoration in time. The working farm allows visitors to see a modern dairy in action and their own hens supply the eggs for the delicious breakfasts that Kathleen Mernagh serves here in a warm, cosy dining-room, buffet-style. No dinners are offered but the restaurants of Wexford are very close, or Kathleen will advise guests on the best local choices. Killiane is just a few miles from Wexford town so it's ideal for an overnight on the way to or from Rosslare Harbour (about 10 minutes)
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Kilmokea Country House is a grand Georgian house built in 1794 and a member of Hidden Ireland which is a unique collection of historic private houses offering the very best and most stylish Irish country house accommodation. Kilmokea is a former rectory and has been lovingly restored by its owners and stands amidst 7 acres of heritage gardens on the banks of the River Barrow. Formal-walled gardens lead from one design feature to the next, the Italian loggia and pool with its fine stone pillars, the quarter garden brimming with Iris and Roses and on to the ‘old English’ style herbaceous border. A heavy wooden floor leads you into the woodland garden, the perfect environment for Rhododendrons, tender Camellias, Eucryphias, Magnolias and Echiums, the giant borage closely associated with Kilmokea. The Pink Tea Cup Cafe in the Conservatory serves lunch from 12 noon with children's menu available. It includes children's play area with toys, books and colouring pens. - Craft Shop on site. - Plants for sale - Home baking fare for sale - Free car parking - Wheelchair Accessible Toilets - Baby changing room
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Built in 1882, Kilshane House, locateed at the end of a half mile long driveway, is the centrepiece of 320 acres of private parkland which includes a trout river, a remarkable Victorian landscape garden with a man-made lake, huge noble trees, a very large and handsome curvilinear palm house ca. 1880, an extensive walled garden, a ballroom in an orangerie, a secluded tennis court surrounded by rhododendrons, a helicopter pad and more. A very large and handsome conservatory with curvilinear roofs supported by cast-iron columns and fan-like arches was added to the house ca 1880. Through the front door under the limestone Ionic portico, the main hall, with its pair of marble columns and 14 foot high ceilings and fine plasterwork, takes the visitor to the wonderfully proportioned drawing room, library, dining room, and morning room each with unfettered, flawless views across country. The stairs lead up to five stately bedrooms each with an open fireplace and a large bathroom/dressing room with generous period fittings. The quantities of 10 foot high windows in each of the bedrooms, and the immense expanse of the Tipperary sky, visible both night and day transforms these rooms, which are furnished simply but comfortably, and allow the visitor to retreat to a rich solitude to work, relax, or dream. It should be noted that state-of-the-art telephone and computer points are fitted in each room for travelling the Internet as well as the solar system. Downstairs, in the basement, the original kitchen is a bar and there is a full-size Victorian billiard table under a skylight, down the hall from the wine cellar. In a separate wing, there are a further two suites of rooms each containing two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a sitting room. Also, there are four bedrooms and baths at basement level with private terrace. The kitchen is fully fitted for cooks amateur or professional. Last, but not least, there is a fine ballroom in a separate building. Outside, there are walks both gentle or sporting through the estate to view archeological sites, the walled garden, the stableyard, the tennis court or, beyond the main gates, visits to the Rock of Cashel, Cahir Castle and the Swiss Cottage. Golf, hill walking, riding, hunting, fishing, shooting, and racing are some of the other activities one can choose from. From Tipperary Town, take the main Clonmel/Waterford road and the entrance gates to the Kilshane House and Estate are 2.7 miles out this road on the left.
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