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Ballinacourty House

Glen of Aherlow, Tipperary

Open from 8 Jan to 1 Dec

12km from Tipperary

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Tipperary

County Tipperary

Meet your host….

The Stanley Family

Hi There- Our names are Mary & Ronan Stanley- along with our 2 beautiful boys Kevin & Aidan- we look forward to welcoming you to Ballinacourty House- A truly unique 18th century modernized home, in the majestic Glen of Aherlow- A warm & genuine welcome await you- great atmosphere, great food, great value. Restaurant rated number 1 in Tipperary on Trip Advisor, completed a major renovation of the main dining room this winter. see www.ballinacourtyhse.com for more information.

Glen of Aherlow

A charming 18th century country home tucked away in the Glen of Aherlow, Ballinacourty House is a cosy bed and breakfast in County Tipperary. Sitting between the Galtee Mountains and the Slievenamuck Hills, guests can admire exceptional scenery and enjoy National Looped Walks, which begin right at the gate. Across the cobblestoned courtyard guests can indulge in fine dining and a relaxing atmosphere at Ballinacourty House Restaurant. Around the Glen of Aherlow visitors can horse ride, cycle, enjoy a nature park/picnic area, as well as peruse wood turning and pottery shops. The Stanley family look forward to welcoming guests. 

How to get here

From Dublin: Take N7 then N/M8 in the direction of Cork.

From Shannon/Limerick: Take N18, then N24 to Tipperary.

From Tipperary: Take R664 to Glen of Aherlow. At Newtown, (tourist information point) turn right onto R663 toward Lisvernane, take the next right 3km along. Ballinacourty House is signposted.

From Cork: Take M8, at Mitchelstown follow R513 to Galbally, turn right onto R663, go through Lisvernane, proceed 2km then turn left. The house is signposted.

Sat Nav: Lat (52.416389) - Long (-8.210556)

  • Walkers

Facilities

  • Baby Sitting
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wine License

Customer Reviews

 

geraldine smallwood

 

Great spot. Hard to be critcal of any aspect. Bright clean rooms, very pleasant hosts and great breakfast. Good value and would stay again

joyce meader

 

Mary was the Irish hostess that we will always remember fondly. She catered to our hiking needs as well as our comfort in a magical stable from the olden days, now modern and welcoming.

joe phibbs

 

The facilities were perfect: bed comfy; room right temperature; campus clean; atmosphere quiet. Staff Mary a perfect blend of professional efficiency with a warm heart: willing to listen and willing to share. Food was exactly right. ..and, reservation filled as advertised. A plus is the collegial connections with other inns, Information station, church and sites worth seeing.

CandCinNC

 

Excellent view and beautiful grounds, very friendly staff, and high quality restaurant on site. If youre visiting the Glen of Aherlow and you should I highly recommend Ballinacourty House. Our room was very clean and comfortable, with a stunning view. The restaurant seems to be popular with both tourists and locals, and the food there was very good. Thank you for a wonderful stay

Steve and Stacey Stults

 

Extremely beautiful, historic and quiet property. We were warmly greeted by Mary who made us feel at home. We were the only guests that night so we were extra pampered. The restaurant on the other side of the old building was very nice with amazing wings! Mary fixed up a lovely breakfast the next morning. Highly recommended B&B!

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