Ballingarry and Mullinahone 4 miles.
A delightful, modern wing of the owners' home situated in a quiet, rural and private location amidst lovely open countryside, 4 miles from the village of Ballingarry in County Tipperary.
Reached via quiet, winding lanes, this Tipperary cottage offers quality, well-equipped accommodation with two en-suite bedrooms.
Guests can enjoy free use of the on-site tennis court in front of this Tipperary cottage, while the location is ideal for walking and cycling.
Fishermen will also be delighted by the plentiful stocks in the local rivers of Nore and Suir.
Within easy driving distance of this cottage in Tipperary is the medieval city of Kilkenny, boasting good shopping, an array of pubs, bars and restaurants and annual music and comedy festivals, while the 12th century Kilkenny Castle, Dunmore Cave and Jerpoint Abbey are all well worth a visit, and the towns of Clonmel and Waterford are both within a 40 minute drive.
A superb rural retreat, within easy reach of city amenities and an ideal base for touring the south east of the country.
Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with separate single fold-out bed and en-suite shower, basin and WC. 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area. Mezzanine reading area.
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About the location
BALLINGARRY AND MULLINAHONE, COUNTY TIPPERARY
Kilkenny 16 miles.
The picturesque villages of Ballingarry and Mullinahone are situated in the foothills of Slievenamon Mountain, in the southern part of County Tipperary. Both village consist of a main street with a church, Post Office, pubs and well stocked shops. Just five miles away is the town of Callan, which offers many pubs, eateries and supermarkets, while also within easy reach is the lively and medieval tourist city of Kilkenny, a centre for arts, crafts and design, which boasts good shopping and a vibrant nightlife with many pubs, bars and restaurants. Kilkenny also hosts several annual festivals, including the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival in June, the Kilkenny Rhythm 'n Roots in May and the Kilkenny Celtic Festival in September and October. Visit the impressive, 12th Century Kilkenny Castle, Dunmore Cave, which consists of a series of chambers formed over millions of years, or the St. Francis Abbey Brewery, the oldest brewery in Ireland! Also within reach is Mount Juliet, Jerpoint Abbey, Woodstock Gardens and much more besides.