This first floor apartment is located in the centre of Clogheen village in the heart of County Tipperary, set in a lovely yard with the owner on site.
Set over two floors, this apartment has been traditionally decorated to provide simple, homely accommodation for groups looking to tour this scenic and popular region.
The first floor encompasses a cosy sitting room and a well-equipped fitted kitchen which also has a dining area, where you can chat over a delicious home-cooked meal.
Two spacious family bedrooms on the second floor complete the accommodation at this apartment, along with a shared garden to the rear.
Clogheen is home to three small shops, a pharmacy, two restaurants and three welcoming pubs where you can enjoy a pint of Guinness and mingle with the friendly locals.
Set in the Galtee Vee Valley, with the backdrop of the Galtee mountain range to the north and the Knockmealdowns to the south, the area provides a superb location for outdoor enthusiasts, with plenty of scenic walks and trails to explore.
Within easy reach of your apartment are many popular attractions including the iconic and impressive Rock of Cashel, Mitchelstown Caves and the historic Cahir Castle.
Golfers can enjoy a choice of excellent courses at Mitchelstown, Lismore, Clonmel and Cahir.
Why not step back in time and take a stroll around Lismore Castle or take a scenic drive through the Glen of Aherlow?
The south east coast line can also be reached in under an hour and you can enjoy sandy beaches at Dungarvan, Ardmore and Youghal along with glorious seascapes.
Come rain or come shine, a wonderful time is to be had in this glorious part of Ireland.
About the location
CLOGHEEN, COUNTY TIPPERARY
Cahir 8.5 miles; Youghal 33 miles.
The village of Clogheen, Tipperary, lies in the Galtee Vee valley, with the Galtee mountain range to the north and the Knockmealdowns to the south. The village of Clogheen is home to three local shops, a pharmacy, two restaurants, a pet farm and three traditional pubs, and is a hot spot for outdoor enthusiasts, with stunning scenery in all directions. Resting on the River Tar, a tributary of the River Suir, Clogheen is also known for its excellent fishing opportunities. Walkers and hikers will adore the breathtaking walking routes across the Comeragh mountains or the Vee Valley, both offering up stunning views. Attractions within a short drive of Clogheen include The Mitchelstown Caves, the iconic Rock of Cashel, and Cahir Castle. There are also plenty of golf courses within easy reach at Cahir, Clonmel, Mitchelstown and Lismore. A wonderful base for exploring the south of Ireland.