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Bishopstown House is a three-storey Georgian house built in the early 1800s by the Casey family.
After being left fall into a dilapidated state, the stud farm and house was purchased by Paddy and Claire Dunning, the owners of the award-winning Grouse Lodge Recording Studios and Coolatore House and members of the Georgian society. It was restored to its former glory in 2009 and is now available for rent.
Bishopstown features six very spacious bedrooms in the main house, all of which feature king sized beds and luxurious furnishings. Two are double rooms (1 double bed in each room) and four are triple rooms (1 double bed and 1 single bed in each room).
Four of our bedrooms are en-suite, with large modern bathrooms. The non-en-suite bedrooms share a bathroom with private access. There is a further bathroom within the house.
We have a further two en-suite bedrooms available in our courtyard, offering you further accommodation options. We have a two luxury double rooms in the courtyard.
All bed linens and towels are provided. We have an eco-friendly gas heating system, with under-floor heating. The fireplaces are replenished by our weekend staff on Saturdays, and ample spare fuel will be available to weekend and mid-week guests.
The traditional Georgian country kitchen at Bishopstown is a beautiful place to cook, eat, unwind and entertain in. Featuring dozens of period items such as a beautiful Aga Range cooker (which gives 24 hour warmth), the kitchen also contains many modern features such as an American-style fridge, standard gas oven, microwave and more besides. The centrepiece of the kitchen is a spacious kitchen island. With ample storage, and plenty of equipment the kitchen can cater for any size of group. It leads onto a well-stocked scullery, or back kitchen, which features a washing machine, storage space and even a second oven. A good kitchen is at the heart of every good home, and we like to think we have a great one at Bishopstown!
Bishopstown House is self-catering accommodation, however, ca ...