Kilcash 0.5 miles.
An excellent country cottage with superb, sweeping views across the Tipperary countryside.
With exposed beams and fantastic surrounding scenery, this property makes an ideal destination for those who want to escape the stresses of everyday life.
Set over two floors, you’ll find everything but a family bedroom on the ground floor, which is perfect for any younger guests to name as their own.
Lime Tree Cottage is also home to two sitting rooms, one of which is traditionally finished with a multi-fuel stove and exposed beams.
In contrast to the characterful, country-style décor and stone exterior, you also have a modern and sleek, well-equipped kitchen where you can rustle up a tasty meal or pack a picnic before setting out for the day.
Why not take your meal onto to the decking and enjoy the fresh Irish air, making the most of those beautiful far-reaching views?
Alternatively, relax on the patio after a long day whilst the kids stretch their legs on the lawn.
Pull on your walking boots and head out into the foothills of the Slievenamon Mountain; this is a popular location for the Slievanamon Walk which takes 45 minutes to reach the summit, where you can take in the stunning views of the Comeragh Mountains.
Discover Kilcash where you can take in the local sights, which include the 16th century Kilcash Castle and medieval church, and this is a wonderful location for visiting Kilkenny for fantastic shopping and fishing.
Head a little further and visit Clonmel and Waterford, where you’ll find plenty on offer, with a great range of shops and restaurants, along with friendly pubs playing good Irish music.
The House of Waterford Crystal is just 20 miles away, so hop in the car, take a trip through the rolling countryside and grab yourself a little Irish souvenir to remember your getaway.
A charismatic cottage that is certain to please.
About the location
KILCASH, COUNTY TIPPERARY
Clonmel 8 miles; Carrick-on-Suir 8 miles.
Kilcash is a small village located in County Tipperary, close to the borders with County Waterford and County Cork, and surrounded by beautiful scenery. Home to Kilcash Castle, with a fortified tower dating from the sixteenth century, the village is brimming with local history as you’ll also find a medieval church. Just off the N76, it has easy access to the popular destinations of Clonmel, Carrick-On-Suir, Waterford and Kilkenny, which have plenty of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes for you to sample and many attractions for you to make the most of, ranging from museums, parks, tours, fishing and the world-famous House of Waterford Crystal. This is a lovely location, surrounded by beautiful countryside.