Contact Details

Name Christina Byrne
Telephone 00353 (0) 57 9137009

Pricing

PPPN from €39

Rooms

Double Rooms 4
Family Rooms 1
Twin Rooms 2

Features

Allows Pets
No Smoking
Off Street Parking
Garden
Disabled Access
Has WiFi/Internet

Ratings

4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
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Ardmore House, Kinnitty, Co Offaly, Ireland

Ardmore Country House Bed and Breakfast is a delightful period guesthouse. Here you can relax and get away from all you cares. Savor the open turf fires, the antique furnishings, the good home cooking (delicious home made Irish Soda bread, scones and jams) and friendly, relaxed atmosphere, of this charming country home.

At Ardmore Country House Bed and Breakfast all our bedrooms are individually decorated to a very high standard creating a relaxing cosy atmosphere.

For your comfort facilities include:
Non Smoking Bedrooms
En-suite bathrooms
Molten Brown Toiletries
King size beds
Orthopedic mattresses
Electric blankets in wintertime
Hair dryers
Free wi-fi
Iron and ironing board is provided on request
secure lock up for bicycles and motorbikes
drying room for outdoor clothing

Kinnitty could be said to be the crossroads of Ireland, midway between Dublin in the east, and Galway in the west coast, Belfast in the north and Cork in the south. Kinnitty village has a Castle Hotel - Kinnitty Castle Hotel, two quaint pubs-Giltraps and The Slieve Bloom Bar, 2 village shops, 2 churches and a primary school.

Ardmore Country House is located on the edge of the village with wonderful views onto the magical Slieve Bloom Mountains. Kinnity nestles at the foot of Knocknamann on the western slopes of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. Knocknamann is the site where the Festival of Bealtaine was held in pre- Christian times. The Slieveblooms are steeped in history and folklore, from megalithic times though Ireland's golden era of Saints & Scholars to more modern history of settlement and conflict of the Ely O'Carroll. According to legend the Slievebloom Mountains was home to Fionn Mac Cumhaill where as a child he lived with his mother for the first 7 years of his life.

Rates: From 39 per person per night.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed.
Off street parking.
Wi-fi/internet access.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for exact details.
4 Star Failte Ireland.
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