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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent County Tipperary reviews

  • Terrific country cottage

    "This is a delightful cottage centrally located in south central Ireland. Within 90 minutes of most of the main sites (Moher, Waterford, Cashel, Cork, Kilkenny) allowing for day trips while you don't have to pack and unpack several times. The cottage has two bedrooms upstairs, two bathrooms and a bedroom downstairs, kitchen, and sitting room. 15 minute drive to Tipperary, Cashel, and Cahir for groceries or restaurants. Owners live across the street and were responsive to requests."
    Guest: Steve Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 17, 2016
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  • Spacious comfort in a peaceful setting!

    "Our stay here was delightful! We felt very welcomed and every question and request was given kind accommodation. Because our family members came to Ireland from large cities we dearly appreciated the quiet and pastoral setting. This made up for it feeling a little remote. We easily traveled to several lovely towns in the area. We recommend the local butcher in Borrisocane which also carries local organic produce. We picked wild blackberries on the lane and enjoyed the glorious Irish sunsets though the picture windows in the spacious, comfortable kitchen. The layout of upstairs and downstairs bedrooms with bathrooms was very convenient. We will love to come stay again at Ryan's Cottage !"
    Guest: Sean R. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 31, 2016
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  • What an excellent find - 5* holiday accomodation

    "Whilst looking for somewhere for 6 adults to go over new year in Ireland I came across this coach house in beautiful grounds. If I was impressed with the photos on the web site that was nothing compared to how we felt when we first saw the coach house. It was spacious, exceptionally clean, well stocked/equipped and incredibly warm. Annie and Jim were very friendly, they welcomed us when we arrived and very helpful. The coach house sits in a remote location which suited us. There is a short walk to the edge of the Loch and about half an hour walk to the nearest pub that provided food. A trip in the summer would be good as we could take advantage of some of the boat trips etc"
    Guest: Jo M. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 6, 2017
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  • Jewel in the Crown!

    "We have stayed in Pine Ridge twice. Firstly for two weeks in 2015 and returning in 2016 for two months as we enjoyed it so much  The house is large and roomy for larger families or just a couple like us. We brought our family over from the UK for the weekend it was extremely comfortable for as all. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you could wish for. Pine Ridge is really a home from home.The garden is large and delightful with a patio for outside dining and sun loungers for relaxing. A lovely area at the bottom of the property overlooks the brook which runs into the lough, great for a Guinness or a glass of wine. If the weather is inclement the cosy lounge has a great wood burning stove.  Within walking distance of three pubs a bistro and the local hotel Mountshannon is set in beautiful countryside with plenty of interesting places to visit. Dont miss the daily boat trips to St Patrick's Purgatory an ancient pilgrims site on Station Island in Lough Derg. There is a beautiful walk from the house to Lough Derg for that leasurley evening stroll.  The jewel in the crown is the owner's Louise and Shaun who are warm and lovely people. They could not be more helpful and were the perfect hosts.  We have rented a number of properties in the West of Ireland and this is without doubt the best."
    Guest: Alistair T. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: January 9, 2017
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