- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
11 Customer Review(s)
“Directions to the property could be clearer.”
Much easier to come from Mitchelstown up thr R513. House was very well appointed, would have liked a blind in the upstairs bedroom velux window.
Much easier to come from Mitchelstown up thr R513. House was very well appointed, would have liked a blind in the upstairs bedroom velux window. Very rural but in good location for touring the area. Would recommend highly.- Mr Sayers, September 2019
“Fantastic place to stay”- Mr Francis, August 2019
“The owners are very helpful and nice the house is beautiful peaceful and quiet very good location”- Mrs Bourke, July 2019
“The pictures of the outside do not do the cottage justice,when you get to the gates at the end of the drive you are pleasantly surprised,it's surrounded by fields on all sides,very private and very quiet.”
The inside is very cosy and extremely clean and comfortable,the welcome pack is a great touch,It's a great base for exploring this lovely country. Would recommend, if you enjoy driving, going out to Port Magee and Valencia island, doing the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle peninsula. On the east,Ardmore and the copper coast is worth a visit. There are so many places to visit and not enough time to do it, so it's definitely going to need a return visit. Would highly recommend this cottage, if you love peace and quiet in comfort this is the place to be.- Mrs Blezard, June 2019
“The most lovely place on earth.”
This property is great. Peace and quiet , fantastic views. Horses and cattle in the field. Went down to feed carrots to the horses every day, lovely. Joe and Claire were amazing. We had a slight internet problem that was quickly resolved. Barry's butcher in Galbally was really good. Great Sirloins cut to your liking. If you want a relaxing holiday home , this is a must. We can't wait to come again. Thanks once again Joe and Claire. Regards Terry and Kathy . County Antrim. xx- Mrs Holdsworth, May 2019
“Perfect holiday home that had everything”- Mr Morrisey, December 2018
“The house was immaculate,and 5 star standard.”
In a quiet,peaceful area. The house is in a very central area for touring the South of Eire- Mr Morrison, September 2018
“The house was really perfect.”
clean and very nice. the owners were very nice and helpful. we had a very nice stay.- Ms Altmaier, July 2018
“Curraturk is an amazing holiday home.”
The quality and standards within the house are top notch. The hosts could not do enough to ensure our comfort throughout our stay. It is not situated in the village of Galbally as billed on Sykes site. It is over 3 miles away but you are only made aware of this once booking is confirmefand. Transport is a must.- Mrs Tobin, June 2018
“Fantastic, comfortable, clean and well equipped cottage.”
Had everything. Modern but cozy and in a lovely location near the scenic Galtees. The horses in the nearby fields were great company! Highly recommended.- Mr Sanders, May 2018
Highly likely to rebook this property when visiting family in future.- Mr Joyce, March 2018
This contemporary styled accommodation is situated in the village of Galbally, offering a comfortable stay for guests whatever the time of year.
Well presented and spacious, this retreat is ideal for a group of friends or travellers hoping to feel right at home in a peaceful location.
Upon entering you will arrive at a kitchen/diner with an almost country feel, where you can prepare your favourite meals and socialise with your loved ones amongst the heart warming layout.
Views of the garden tie this room together nicely.
The open plan sitting area is perfectly arranged with a woodburner and you can cosy up and watch TV after a long day exploring.
Two delightful bedrooms rest on this floor, promising a peaceful nights sleep, with one benefitting from a Jack-and-Jill bathroom hosting a bath and a shower above.
Close by, a utility room holds all those extras you may need.
Come night time, you can take the stairs up to the third bedroom, presented as a double, boasting scenic views out towards the far-reaching fields in the distance.
The family bathroom is a tasteful addition to this floor and a walk-in wardrobe is well placed, to store your belongings upon arrival.
The village of Galbally is one of the most scenic in Ireland and there are many outdoor activities to avail of, including horse riding, fishing on the Aherlow River, and cycling.
Further afield, day trips include the heritage town of Cashel, home to the iconic Rock of Cashel and Cahir Castle.
There is much to explore in and around the area of this picturesque region.
- Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor twin with Jack-and-Jill style bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Open plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with woodburner
- Utility room.
- Oil central heating with woodburner
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WIFI, selection of books & games
- Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair
- Off road parking
- Decked area with furniture
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 1 mile and pub 2 miles
- Note: First floor accessed via a spiral staircase.
About the location
GALBALLY, COUNTY LIMERICK
Tipperary 10 miles; Limerick 28.5 miles.
The picturesque village of Galbally in County Limerick is situated at the western approach to the stunning Glen of Aherlow, just straddling the border between Limerick and Tipperary, ten miles from Tipperary Town and is a haven for visitors seeking a tranquil and scenic break. Located at the foot of the Galtee Mountains, the region is one of the most scenic in Ireland and there are many outdoor activities to avail of, including horse riding, fishing on the Aherlow River, and cycling. Close to the village is Darby’s Bed, a majestic passage grave dating back almost 4000 years and of great geological and archaeological interest to many who visit here. Further afield, day trips include the heritage town of Cashel, home to the iconic Rock of Cashel and Cahir Castle. A superb touring base for your Irish holiday.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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