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€1,595 / week
€445.00 19th Feb 18

Thoor Ballylee River Retreat,Thoor Ballylee, Gort, County Galway

4 beds Refreshed on Sep 15, 2021
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Tel: 091 511 111
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(Reference number: 63989) Just waiting to be discovered, our 5-Star Galway hideaway offers a dreamlike setting entirely immersed in a 12-acre riverside estate painted with river and woodland walks. Most impressive is the unique location at the historical Thoor Ballylee; a 15th-century Hiberno-Norman castle and home of Nobel Laureate, William Butler Yeats. On the famed Lady Gregory and WB Yeats trail, its writer's paradise and in his own words Yeats once said: “To leave this place is to leave beauty behind.” Accommodation This secluded riverside residence with mature gardens has four stylish ensuite bedrooms, three king size bedrooms downstairs and a super king size bedroom suite upstairs. Our 5-Star home is finished to the highest standard, complementing an idyllic riverside setting and country base to explore Galway (proximately listed below) and as a gateway to the Burren. The elegant interiors are sensitive to its environs while creating a contemporary, ultra comfortable home. A sizeable two-storey living space with open fire, solid wood kitchen, marble worktops, lead out onto a large decking area ideal for entertaining or taking in the truly breath-taking views of the surrounding twelve acres estate. There is also a comfortable den suitable for a kids/TV room. House fully equipped with all modern conveniences. Other Nearby attractions are as follows:- Coole Park, Kiltartan Gregory Museum, Woodville Walled Garden, Musical evenings in the Castle. (seasonal) Local shop/Petrol station 1 kilometre. Nearest town Gort with Restaurants and Wine Bars, 7 Kms. Location: Galway city 30-minute drive Shannon Airport 35 minutes' drive Kinvara 20 minutes drive (Gateway to the Burren)