“Lovely setting and quiet and peaceful and close to town for shops ect”
“The directions to the cottage were absolutely out of time.”
.... all info given were in miles instead of kilometer. we had problems to calculate distances and therefore could not find it without calling the landlord. The car gives distances in km and so does all the signs.....Do not understand why you give informations in miles.
“It was excellent , very quite .”
view was excellent . owner was very friendly and helpful . every thing was good . Defiantly recommend it .
“Fallowfield is a lovely cottage in a beautiful setting.”
If you have a car it's great, but you couldn't stay there without.
What a beautifully secluded cottage, and just what we were looking for! Stayed here for a week in November with the dog and had a fabulous time. Cottage is lovely and cosy with oil central heating and open fire (fuel supplied) and totally secluded - don't let the private level crossing or dirt track out you off.....it's more than worth it for location alone. Decor is a little tired but the cottage satisfied our needs perfectly and gave us peace and quiet, easy dog walks on the door step, friendly owner and easy access to the area. No wifi and limited mobile phone reception - but this adds to the charm and the escapism aspect which we loved! Wouldn't hesitate to recommend and will definitely be back.
“Mr & Mrs Bourke were very welcoming.”
Mr Bourke and/or his son opened the railway gates for us several times during our stay. Being so remote this is an ideal place for a couple to spend a holiday.
We were greeted by the owner of the cottage who presented us with eggs laid by her chickens - and they were best chicken eggs we have ever had! The cottage itself is superb - located in splendid isolation along a track and we immediately felt at home. There was a quietness there with no traffic noise - a novel experience for us. Fallowfield is modern and extremely well equipped and kitted out. It has a good sized garden which was perfect for the dog we had accompanying us. There are good walks close by, as well as St. Peacaun's Church, his Well and his Cell (go and visit, you'll see what I mean!). The cottage is located in a good area to visit Waterford and the south coast of Ireland, as well as a few well preserved castles. If we ever return to this part of Ireland we would certainly go to Fallowfield again.
“A glimpse of Heaven in Tipperary”
I cannot rate this cottage too highly; it was in an idyllic setting approached from a lane running alongside a stream accompanied by a substantial sprinkling of ancient archaeological sites (St Pecaun's church, etc) along the way. The owners couldn't be more helpful, and friendly without being at all intrusive, with daily chats at the farmhouse a regular occurrence. Don't be put off by the fact the cottage is accessed via an unmanned railway level crossing. The opening and closing of the gates soon becomes a daily ritual and an effortless routine that often as not is opened and closed behind you by the cottage owners. This cottage is excellent value for money, ideal for singles or a couple, and I would have no hesitation in recommending it to my family, or indeed to anyone looking to self-cater in Tipperary.
“Another good holiday with hogans never let us down yet this was our 3rd holiday in four yrs with them.”
the cottage was fab on a working farm ,all i can say it was great,farmer and his wife and son very helpful showed us around brill. 5*****
I'am ready to go next tomorrow, and it's sure I'll go next.
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
Cahir 5 miles. Resting at the foot of a beautiful forested mountain, is this detached, ground floor cottage close to the town of Cahir, County Tipperary.
Well maintained and comfortable with a cosy open fire in the sitting room, this Cahir cottage acts as a perfect couple's retreat.
Traditional in feel and boasting antique furniture, this Cahir cottage also offers modern amenities and appliances in the well-equipped kitchen.
The large lawned area to the rear of this Cahir cottage is home to an apple orchard where you may catch a glimpse of the local deer dining on the day's windfall at dusk.
If you are looking to get away from it all, this beautiful secluded spot will not disappoint; hill and forest walks are on your doorstep while the nearby Galtee and Knockmealdown mountains are a hiker's or climber's paradise.
Your Cahir cottage is a perfect central base from which to explore Ireland with Dublin, Cork and Galway within 2 hours' drive, while locally the shops, pubs and restaurants of Cahir are just 10 minutes away.
Whatever you decide to do, you can look forward to returning to your lovely Cahir cottage to relax and dream of adventures to come on your Irish cottage getaway.
Note: This cottage can be booked with ref 9750 and together they accommodate 6 people (max. 5 adults).
All ground floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. External utility. Sitting room with open fire.
- Oil central heating with open fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer in external utility, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, radio, library of DVDs
- Fuel supplement payable direct to owner of €15 April - September inclusive and €30 October - March inclusive
- Electricity and fuel for open fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair available
- Ample off road parking
- Large rear lawned garden with orchard, patio and furniture
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 4 miles, pub 1 mile
- Note: The property is accessed by crossing a single track country railway line.
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About the location
CAHIR, COUNTY TIPPERARY
Clonmel 11 miles; Tipperary 14 miles.
Cahir is one of County Tipperary’s designated heritage towns and is a popular base for tourists to discover this region of Ireland.
It sits on the River Suir and is home to Cahir Castle which is a beautifully preserved defence castle and is open daily to the public.
There is a small shopping precinct in the town as well as a range of pubs and restaurants.
For the more active, Cahir has a leisure centre with tennis courts and a mountain biking track as well as a local golf course.
Close to Cahir are the Galtee and the Knockmealdown Mountain ranges which offer a variety of walks for all abilities.
A lovely area to visit, all year round..
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute
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