Clonmel 8 miles.
This cosy, self-catering studio apartment spans the first floor of a traditional stone building on a working farm near Marlhill in the wonderful Tipperary countryside, half a mile from Ardfinnan and eight miles from Clonmel.
This welcoming self-catering apartment near Ardfinnan makes a charming base for couples exploring this lovely area.
The homely studio accommodation in this self-catering apartment near Ardfinnan comprises a double bed, a compact kitchen area, dining area and a sitting area, all presented under an airy, vaulted, beamed ceiling.
This self-catering apartment near Ardfinnan is set in the courtyard of a working farm, which is home to many Connemara ponies.
A real country escape, this self-catering apartment near Ardfinnan is ideally placed for enjoying fishing on the River Suir, walking in the Galtee or Comeragh Mountains, or discovering the history of the region by exploring Cahir and Ardfinnan castles.
This welcoming self-catering apartment near Ardfinnan is ideal for a year-round Irish break.
Note: This property is next to Ref. 914595, together they sleep 4.
All first floor. Open plan studio accommodation with double bed, kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shower room with shower cubicle, basin and WC.
About the location
ARDFINNAN, COUNTY TIPPERARY
Cahir 6 miles; Clonmel 8 miles; Lismore 20 miles.
Ardfinnan is a small village situated close to the Knockmealdown Mountains on the River Suir, in the south of County Tipperary. The village features a beautiful open green, several good pubs, a shop, and Ardfinnan Castle, an impressive Norman construction hovering majestically in the centre of this picturesque village. Just eight miles away, the lively town of Clonmel lies close to the border of Tipperary and Waterford. The town is probably most famous for being the home of Magners Cider and has a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. Full of history, Clonmell is the only town in Ireland that managed to hold off Oliver Cromwell’s New Model Army during his siege on Ireland in the 17th century, using the tactics of General O’Neill, the townsfolk were evacuated to safety. The nearby Nire Valley offers many walking and cycling opportunities, with the Comeragh Mountains as an impressive backdrop. Ardfinnan is close to the M8 motorway, providing easy access to County Cork and Dublin, the perfect base for exploring Ireland, all year round!