MARY-KATE’S FARMHOUSE

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Mary-Kate’s Farmhouse Features

Birth place to Lester Lonergan who was an early twentieth century actor in America, this single storey traditional style long farmhouse is nestled at the foot of the Galtee Mountains. Comprising of large sun lounge with unhindered panoramic views of the Knockmeadown Mountain range, and featuring the famous Vee Pass, making it ideal to relax in, (at night the odd car light can be seen in the distance and can give the impression of lights just floating in the dark sky). Next, an old world kitchen with stone flag floor and wood burning stove, just off this to one end is a large double bedroom with king size bed plus wooden flooring, spacious en-suite and large shower cubicle. Off the kitchen via a hallway, is a storage/cloak closet, next is a spacious main bathroom with both a bath and again a large shower cubicle, next door is a cosy twin bedroom with 2 single beds and finally a very large bedroom with King size bed.

This house sleeps six people and is finished to a very high standard, complimented with quality furnishings throughout including anti-allergy bedding, This house could be described as wheelchair friendly.

Mary-Kate’s Farmhouse

Three (3) bedroom house sleeps (6)

From €135 euro per night based on 7 night stay.

 Just €22.50 per night per person sharing based on 6 people.

For three night weekend or midweek breaks please contact us for availability and price.

From the moment we arrived at Boolakennedy, the magic and relaxation began. Just what we all need. The bungalow was over and above our expectations, we were blown away by it. The three bedrooms and bathrooms were all fitted out to a fabulous standard, felt like staying in a 5-star hotel. The log fire and breath-taking views of the Knockmealdown Mountains was the icing on the cake.
Paul popped his head in on several occasions to check all was well and deliver logs, a really nice person who has clearly worked very
hard to build this haven of tranquillity for lucky guests to enjoy. Lovely local pubs to dine in – couldn’t fault the place. Also, Cahir Castle, Cork and the Titanic experience are close by and well worth visiting. We will definitely be returning next year or sooner if we can fit it in.

Tony Winwood, Lichfield, Birmingham, UK.