Lismacue House is set in a private estate in the heart of County Tipperary. This classically proportioned late-Georgian house is a haven of peace and tranquility. It's been in the present owners family since 1704. The lime tree avenue was planted in 1760. Each of the five large guest rooms has very fine views towards the Glen of Aherlow.
Outside are well tended gardens, trout fishing on the estate’s own river and five golf courses within a thirty minute drive. Horse riding can be arranged with prior notice, and there is hill walking in the Galtee Mountains nearby.
The house staff includes a cordon bleu chef.
Lismacue Stud, on the estate, boards mares foals and yearlings.