Situated in a breath-taking elevated position, close to the village of Kilbehenny in County Tipperary, this detached cottage enjoys the most beautiful rural scenery.
It boasts comfortable accommodation for 10 guests, making it a wonderful base for a group of outdoor enthusiasts wishing to tour this superb part of Ireland.
The bright and airy interior welcomes you in to make you feel right at home; the charming kitchen/diner sits on your right, lined with splendid wooden units which host a useful range of appliances.
Adjacent to this, the gloriously bright sitting room is dominated by two scenery-filled picture windows looking over the rolling countryside below, a woodburning stove in an attractive fireplace completes the layout.
This comfortable cottage rests all on the ground floor, with five double bedrooms on offer, all of which are decorated to the freshest of standards, with one of them benefiting from its own attractively tiled en-suite shower room.
The interior is complete with a glistening family bathroom lined with pristine black and white tiles, with the option of a corner bath or a separate shower cubicle.
Fully admire the astounding scenery on offer from the patio to the front of Seefin Lodge, a truly wonderful place to sit back and take it all in.
The well-stocked town of Mitchelstown is easily reachable, offering a selection of different amenities along its main street.
Also nearby is Cahir, featuring its stunning castle, park and golf course.
The stunning town of Tipperary is certainly worth the drive, a market town also offering some beautiful cycling and walking opportunities.
Seefin Lodge is an inviting cottage from which to explore this picturesque region of Ireland.
All ground floor. Five bedrooms: 5 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with a separate shower, basin and WC, cloakroom with a basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Mitchelstown 3.5 miles; Cahir 13 miles; Tipperary 22.5 miles
Kilbehenny, a village on the banks of the River Funshion, rests just inside of County Limerick as it sits at the meeting point of the Counties Cork and Tipperary. Its amenities include two bars and a shop and Post Office, a peaceful holiday base. There are many attractions and opportunities within easy reach from here, in all three of the nearby counties. Mitchelstown, just over three miles away in County Cork, benefits from a healthy range of amenities as well as offering a golf course. Cross over into County Tipperary, where you will find the popular Mitchelstown Cave offering tours, while further afield is the attractive town of Cahir known for its beautiful castle as well as a serene park. The town of Tipperary is also well worth a visit with much to see and do.d