Attached to a stunning, 17th century country house, in a tranquil position from which to explore Ireland, sits Inch House Ireland.
A traditionally-styled dwelling best suited to families seeking a relaxing retreat, this beautiful base is the perfect way to explore County Laois and beyond.
If you're seeking a social spot, the sitting room is the ultimate place to gather together as you relax into the pretty floral sofas, the woodburning stove bringing a welcoming warm to the room in the winter months, while the kitchen/diner is of equal delight.
Prepare a hearty meal for the group, with guests keeping you company around the table as you toast to a wonderful holiday, with one part of the kitchen being more traditional in style and the other corner hosting contemporary and stylish worktops and appliances, this eclectic combination brings you all the essentials for any self-catered stay.
At the end of each day, the first floor offers a wonderful haven to retreat to when you're seeking rest; the master bedroom consists of an impressive king-size boasting a convenient bathroom, styled in neutral hues and offering a fantastic range of toiletries to freshen up with.
While the other four bedrooms are made up of a delightful double and a triple room, a super king-size and a single room all with their own unique interior, and being served by the sparking wetroom.
Make the most of your stunning surroundings by enjoying alfresco dining in the form of a barbecue in the summer months, while your canine companions play freely on the lawn; the perfect way to end each day.
The local area of the cottage is extremely idyllic, with nearby Stradbally offering all the essential amenities of local shops and inviting pubs, as well as the town being home to the renowned Electric Picnic Festival, presenting an eclectic mix of music and art, it attracts hundreds of visitors every year and is well-worth a visit if you're staying in the summer months!
If you're seeking a plethora of walking routes and a scenic experience, head to nearby Carlow, boasting rambling routes of all kinds through its extensive number of gardens, its Carlow Garden Trail and Altamont House being some of the best, there's plenty to see here, alongside its Military Museum and Carlow County Museum being the perfect way to learn about the rich history of the area.
Dublin can be found slightly further afield, the capital of the Republic of Ireland, it offers excitement of all kinds, from drinking experiences at the Guinness Storehouse and the famed Temple Bar, to sightseeing the wonders of The Spire of Dublin, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Dublin Castle, there's plenty of family fun here.
Ideally positioned for exploring all that the whole of Ireland has to offer, Inch House Ireland is the ultimate family holiday home.