Terryglass 4 miles.
A charming, detached studio-style barn conversion set in a wonderful peaceful location, down a winding country road, four miles from the pretty village of Terryglass in County Tipperary.
Set next to the owner’s home, and lovingly restored in a modern yet traditional Irish fashion, this compact and cosy ground floor cottage offers comfortable accommodation perfect for couples.
The open plan living area features a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and a double bed, and there’s also a separate walk-in wardrobe and a separate shower room.
In the evenings you can curl up on the comfy sofa in front of the TV, or on warmer occasions, why not enjoy the private garden and patio area outside?
Beside this lovely cottage is the owners’ private residence and a large pretty garden where you can enjoy a relaxing stroll, whilst taking a visit to see the donkeys in the field next door.
The friendly village of Terryglass offers two pubs and restaurants, and a shop for essential amenities, whilst the busy town of Portumna is less than six miles away, where you will find a larger supermarket among various other shops.
The beautiful Portumna Castle is well worth a visit, or why not rent a boat and sail Lough Derg?
Fishing, horse riding, water activities and walking can all be enjoyed within easy reach, and for a day trip to remember, just over an hour away is the cultural city of Galway waiting to be discovered.
Offering peace and tranquillity, and with so much to see and do nearby, this wonderful cottage is the perfect traditional base for your romantic getaway.
All ground floor. Open plan studio accommodation with double bed, kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Separate walk-in wardroom and storage area. Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
About the location
TERRYGLASS, COUNTY TIPPERARY
Nenagh 15 miles; Thurles 41 miles.
Terryglass is a village set in the northern part of County Tipperary with the Irish translation - Tír Dhá Ghlas meaning "land of the two streams". Terryglass offers two pubs and behind Paddy’s Pub is a wall, which once belonged to an abbey. The village has two historic wells – the ‘Eyewell’ and the ‘Headache well’, which are both said to have healing powers. The county has excellent attractions, including Lough Derg, which is the third largest lough in Ireland and is ideal for sailing and fishing, and there are boat trips on offer visiting Holy Island. Further afield is the Portumna Castle and Gardens and the large towns of Nenagh and Thurles are within driving distance with the latter boasting a cathedral and museum. The county has some historic sites, including the Rock of Cashel castle, the Ormonde Castle, which is situated next to the River Suir and the Cahir Castle, one of Ireland’s largest castles. A superb location for experiencing a perfect Irish getaway.