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Bansha House

Bansha, Tipperary, E34 TR23

Review Score: Superb 9.2/10

1km from Bansha

Meet your host…

Mary Marnane

A warm welcome awaits you at our B&B. We have been welcoming guests into our home for many years now and have enjoyed every minute of it. There is so much to explore in our area and we are happy to point you in the right direction to find those hidden gems.

E34 TR23

A beautiful Georgian country home set upon idyllic grounds, Bansha House is the ideal County Tipperary retreat. With horses roaming the house’s farm and superb fishing, golf and mountain walks nearby, guests will enjoy a slice of authentic country life. Just 1km from Bansha, the pretty village is rich in heritage and historical attractions, including the holy wells of St. Peacun and St. Berrihert. Recommended by Frommer's travel guide, Bansha House is an excellent base for tours of the sunny South East. 

How to get here

Situated less than 1km off the main Limerick/Waterford Road (N24), 5 miles from Tipperary town, 9 miles from Cashel.

Sat Nav: Lat (52.455571) - Long (-8.061184)


  • Baby Sitting
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Satellite
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

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Overall Score



Elizabeth M.

27 Oct 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

Bansha House was the HIGHLIGHT of our Ireland vacation! The house and grounds are absolutely gorgeous. If you're looking for a true Irish experience and feeling, be sure to stay here; the fields, horses, cows; it's unreal! Mary is so sweet, such a wonderful hostess, and she cooks THE MOST delicious breakfasts. Carmel assisted as co-hostess, and she was super friendly and helpful. Both ladies made us feel so at home, everything was so comfortable! Mary arranged for us to tour the stables on our last morning which was such a treat! We cannot WAIT to return, and we plan to create our trip around Bansha House's availbility! The Tipperary area is beautiful, close proximity to the Rock of Cashel; our only regret was not being able to stay longer. Seriously, don't miss out on this place!


14 Oct 2019 
Review Score: 8/10

Bansha House is absolutely beautiful! The house itself is gorgeous beginning with the tree-lined driveway. The ivy-covered exterior gives it old-world charm and the horses in the pasture are the icing on the cake. The dining room and sitting room are beautiful and Mary and her son were so welcoming and accommodating. Mary sets a beautiful table and her breakfast was amazing. Our only regret was choosing the en-suite room on the first floor that just didn’t have the same charm and warmth as the other rooms on the second floor.

Amy M Slusher

27 Sep 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

By far our favorite stay in Ireland. Mary took great care of us and her home and grounds are beautiful. She is a great hostess and she made us feel at home. She sat with us in the evenings and at breakfast and delighted us with stories. I could have sat all day and listened. She made us homemade bread the night before for breakfast and served with local fruits/jams with a traditional Irish breakfast (Best we had in all of Ireland). We are already planning our next trip.

Mary and Warren

29 Aug 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

When we were deciding where to stay in Ireland, we tried to stay away from the usual tourist cities so I booked a night at a B&B inear Tipperary in Bansha. When we arrived at the Bansha House our jaws dropped. It is a vine covered 300+ year old former English manor. Mary Marnane was our hostess. She was delightful and offered us tea when we arrived. She arranged for a table at an excellent restaurant in a nearby small village for dinner that night. We would have never known about it on our own. Her rose garden was beautiful. There were cows in a small pasture right next to the house and horses in the pasture in front of the house. We were the only guests the night we were there, so she asked if we would mind having breakfast with her in the large but cozy kitchen instead of the dining room. She was still cooking the ham and eggs while we finished our cereal.and she served freshly pressed apple juice that she gets from the Dutch apple farmer down the road. Our room was on the first floor and everything about the house was both elegant and charming. It was the highlight of our several B&B stays in Ireland!

Kyrsten Bellen

27 Jul 2019 
Review Score: 8/10

Bansha House is located on a beautiful racing horse farm. The old country house itself is nestled among tall trees and beyond it are pastures with cows and horses. You can see the horse barns further past the pastures. The house is covered in green ivy growing up the sides with a stunning rose garden outside the side windows. My mother, sister and I stayed one night. This was the perfect location coming from Limerick on our way to Cahir (20 mins away). We arrived late after 8pm and Mary was very hospitable. The room was very comfortable with a queen and single bed. We did have a sink and mirror in our room. There are two upstairs bathrooms for guests in two different hallways. There is a TV downstairs in the comfortable parlor with large chairs and sofa. The next morning we all had an Irish breakfast, Mary made herself, which was just delicious. We did have some trouble with the wifi and weren't able to connect during our overnight stay. I would stay again absolutely!