|Price||€6,944 / week|
|Refreshed on||Mar 23, 2023|
(Reference number: 466088) We dare you to make the drive along the winding pathway, with trees standing tall in greeting, and not feel like a lord or lady once the white manor house comes into view up ahead. It simply can’t be done, and we say, why not embrace a false title for your stay and enjoy all the perks that come with that sort of thing? Take tea in the drawing room, casually stroll the generous, thirty-acre estate whilst philosophising the true meaning of love, or flee to the library to brush up on your Jane Austen. Revel in a home oozing period charm whilst still enjoying the advantages of a more modern twist. Cook in the farm-style kitchen, read by the light of the sizable windows, and when the weather is just so, you might even put a friendly wager on a game of lawn croquet. Once home to the Duchess of Westminster, you might not want to leave the manor, and with more than enough to do, you really don’t have to, but if you’re looking to explore this part of Ireland, there’s a few stops nearby worth checking out. The city of Cork, for one, is the foodie capital and well worth embracing on an empty stomach. Visit the Crawford Art Gallery and Elizabeth Fort whilst in town. Closer to home, you’ll find Baden Golf Club at the other end of an eight minute drive, and Coolmain Beach will take you twenty-three minutes to get to whenever you’re in the mood to dip your toes in a little. Home truths: *Due to the location of this home, we recommend hiring a car to get the most out of your stay *There’s free parking on the premises *Your host can provide a cot for free upon request *Two well-behaved dogs are welcome to accompany you during your stay, but must be kept downstairs *Hen and stag parties are not allowed at this home *This home is spread over two floors, with no internal lift *You'll have your own private entrance here *King-sized beds can be separated into two single beds upon request .