Had a lovely break in Garrison house in the middle of Cork City. Everything was on our doorstep it was just perfect
The house and area is like a fairy tale. The house is spacious, comfortable, cosy, luxurious and full of personal attentions and stories. The surroundings are green, lively, but only with cows, hares and birds. With the Cliffs of Moher, a cave and the Burren nearby for trips. Also the supermarket in the town nearby was handy. We where there with 2 families, and grandad. We could all have breakfast and dinner at the big table in the kitchen. We where with six kids in total. They enjoyed the spacious garden, meowing to the cows and playing with the toys in the little playhouse in the garden....more
During our stay, April 17 - April 19, 2019, my family of 5 rented both the Parade House as well as the Garrison House. We were greeted by Liz and we could not have had a warmer welcome! Liz was wonderful and helped us get our bearings and gave suggestions about things in the area. Thank you Liz! When we entered the houses we were pleasantly surprised! The pictures do not do justice to the homes! The houses were quaint, comfortable and beautifully decorated. We had everything we could need and even loved that we had the fort to ourselves after hours. The weather cooperated so that we cou...more
About as good as it gets location wise and 100% backed up by having Gerald and Marie around for proper chats. As nice a coupler as it sben my pleasure to meet for a long time. Fron 3 to 103 year olds the place is perfect. Having a deserted Red Strand on de doorstep and Clonakilty for de craic and de crusty bread nearby just an added bonus. Seems to attarct a good group of people too who appreciate the place which is always good to see.
We very much enjoyed our stay at SJ Clipper. We enjoyed magnificent views of the bay, sunsets (even when foggy) and to see the light in the lighthouse was a true first experience. I really recommend it. We wish we could have visited the tower and understand how it works. Maybe something to consider in the future? Thank you Irish Landmark and George for keeping the lighthouse so well.
we (2 couples) stayed for a long weekend of 3 nights. We all loved the place, and were very comfortable. We thought it might have been a little chilly but in fact it is quite cosy. The fireplace is lovely, and it was great to sit and chat into the night by its flames. The bathroom is huge, the electric shower is grand. For anyone who likes baths, there is a great looking one there. The kitchen is great, nicely equipped and spotless. Dont forget anything, as it is quite a spin to the nearest shops.
Hi, we stayed in Railway Crossing Cottage for two nights. The place is very pretty and well presented. Gerard has contacted us re key, and access was grand. He had put underfloor heating on before we arrived, but explained that it was hotter in morning. There was plenty of fuel, so we enjoyed old fashioned nights in front of roaring fire, listening to ‘wireless.’ Also put hot water Bottles In bed well ahead of bed time. There wasn’t enough hot water for a bath, not a big deal. We had a gift voucher, and were happy it was accepted. Had to put money to it, so really not great value for the cost...more
Great welcome from Sarah. The house is quite beautiful. Our black Labrador Saga really appreciated the walks each morning up to the walled garden. The weather was fantastic which always helps! The location is close to Sligo and south Donegal, all of which were explored on our various trips in the car. It was a 'special' birthday for my wife and she said it was the best holiday ever. I would really recommend a stay at the Schoolhouse in Annaghmore.
We had a really lovely relaxing stay at Salterbridge. Warm and welcoming. Highly recommend. Thanks to all in ILT
This was our second time staying with our two young teenagers in the Merrion Mews house. The house is ideally located for a city break for taking in the cultural and landmark highlights of Dublin. The house itself is incredibly peaceful, quiet and makes you feel very safely nestled in a little oasis of calm in the middle of everything. The house is incredibly comfortable, a real home away from home, beds and bathrooms are of a very high standard. The kitchen is extremely well equipped , everything works and is uncomplicated. Great for a family with two kids who all need their own space and l...more
We Would definitely recommend Galley Head Lightkeepers House to everyone. We could not find any fault with this Amazing place. A lovely welcome and a little bit of history about the the lighthouse on arrival. The House was warm and cozy, spotless clean and very comfortable. The views are stunning. We arrived at the beginning of storm Hannah and it was just wild and atmospheric.... high sea and gale force winds just the best kind of weather to be there. Also the next day we had blue skies and sunshine but still extremely windy. We Will definitely be going back for another holiday but next ...more
A quiet & remote place to forget about time but easy to tour towns & villages with car. Very cosy & warm. With no TV & limited WiFi, it was perfect to chat & catch up in the evenings. Dog stayed too (allowed) - she loved it.
This was a perfect way to end our trip. The location is stunning, and we enjoyed a cliff walk on an open day. We wish we had more time to explore the area!
What a special treat to stay at a wonderful and unique property. From the moment we arrived the welcome we received combined with the wow factor of the building itself, set us up for the most magical and unforgettable weekend. Once we have the walk through, showing us where everything was, a quick chat about where best to grab an evening meal in Cellbrige if we fancied venturing out, we were handed over the keys and settled into our own little home from home for the weekend. Outside, the property is very striking with it's stone pinnacles and imposing stature overlooking the River Liffey, b...more
The location of the Townhouse is excellent with amenities right on its doorstep. Great to experience an old house in the heart of the vibrant city.
Light house’s a blessing for Luce (We too: note warm greeting from Mary) Stephen gave a great tour of the sun filled tall tower what a lovely way to see Eire
It was a peaceful and serene country stay. To be able to stay in a miniature castle was so much fun. What an experience! The kitchen has everything need to prepare meals in. We enjoyed going to the nearby donkey sanctuary for a day trip.
We booked Termon House for a birthday celebration as we wanted to stay somewhere big enough for six people that was a bit special and we loved the quirky nature of the Irish Landmark Trust properties. The house is very spacious and bright with stunning views of the sea and surrounding countryside from every window. We specially enjoyed the 2 resident hares who put in regular appearances in the garden. There are beautiful beaches all within walking distance (as well as the local pub!) As you might expect from a 240 year old building there were a few imperfections, but the house, furnishings ...more
Three days, blessed with good weather in April, to recuperate in Castletown House Gate House, visit Castletown House and walk in it's grounds and along the Liffey, walk around Celbridge and to meet the locals. A visit to the Orchard Retail Garden and Shopping Centre, the local Weston Airport for a very enjoyable lunch from the control tower and shopping for provisions in the village, just next door. Very easy and relaxing. We could have taken the 67 bus in and out again to Merrion Square in Dublin, forty minutes away. Next time...……
We are a group of friends who did a post-grad together. We try to meet once a year but it had been two years since we last got together. Castletown Round House was the perfect place for us. The house is unique and we immediately gave ourselves over to its charms. On our first night, we lit the fire, ordered in a take away from the many on our doorstep, and proceeded to catch up. The location, right at the end of the main street in Celbridge, was great. We were walking distance from a convenience store, restaurants, pubs, the lovely grounds of Castletown, its cafe - unfortunately the house itse...more