6th time staying!! The kids were looking through the visitor book and found their little scribbly handwriting from when they were small. Absolutely love Tullymurry House. It is home from home. From Grandpa all the way down to the the baby of the family. As soon as you turn into the avenue the sense of calm, relaxation and lots of excitement descends. Playing hide and seek in the beautiful gardens, a game of cards or reading a book after dinner, relaxing in the hot tub and sauna after a day exploring ..... absolute bliss. No need for TV, phones, electronic devices or any interruptions f...more
What an amazing experience! Stayed there two nights. All of us (including 2 kids) really enjoyed the stay. The house is very clean and comfy. Every detail is lovely, particularly the books selection.
We really enjoyed our stay at JP Ketch, The cottage was clean, comfortable and had a great view. Suzan was very friendly and helpful. The exterior of the property needs some TLC but the interior was old world with all the mod cons required for a perfect stay.
Everything was great for our stay we thoroughly enjoyed - the weather was lovely which really added to the experience. It is a great base to explore the Antrim Coast and also it is a lovely house to hang out and play a family game or read a book
Our stay in Blackhead Lighthouse was a blend of bright sunshine on a couple of days and wind on another day, which gave us the best of both worlds. The house is roomy and, as you would expect, old fashioned. This was perfect for us. No WiFi, no TV - perfect. The coastal walk around the lighthouse is fantastic. The house is well equipped and the beds and furniture are very homely and comfortable. The road to the lighthouse could be better sign posted but I’d imagine the lack of signs are more to do with discouraging sightseers but we found it a little confusing. The host was extremely kind and ...more
It was such a peaceful location and enjoyable because of the uniqueness of the property. A highlight was seeing a hare in the driveway. It was very well equipped for self catering.
Accommodation was comfortable and spacious. River location provided lovely views and the sound of the weir added to the relaxing atmosphere. Only negative was the reduced visibility exiting from the corner courtyard onto the roadway. Kiln Wing was our second enjoyable stay in a Landmark Trust property.
A unique place to stay in a beautiful location. Walter was really helpful and the tower has been nicely restored
The visit was wonderful, we enjoyed the location and the house itself is really comfortable to stay with spectacular views and ambience.
A stay at the Barbican is like no other. For a very brief moment in time, you are transported back in time and experience what life may have been like (mind you with running hot water, utilities and heating!) for those living in centuries past. The Barbican accommodation is very comfortable but you do need to have a basic fitness level as all the rooms are accessed via a circular staircase with a rope for a stair banister. The bedroom and bathroom are on the first floor, the kitchen and sitting room are on the next floor and the rooftop terrace is up again. We stayed in July and the weather wa...more
Thank you for our lovely stay. From my first contact your representative Louise was just brilliant. She went to great lengths to send distances etc. way above and beyond the call of duty. The Lodge was clean , fresh , old world and so relaxing. It was excellently situated for our forays into the Fermanagh tourist spots and for eating out in Enniskillen and in Fivemiletown as recommended by Louise.I am recommending it to all my friends and hope to visit again.
The lodge is surprisingly roomy inside & carefully restored, a good mix of traditional & modern. It's in a tranquil rural setting - a car is essential.
A secluded, peaceful, paradise is waiting for you at Ballealy cottage. Clean comfortable, private gardens to be shared only with the wildlife. Highly recommend.