Beautifully designed home featured in Munster Interiors magazine

Beautifully designed home featured in Munster Interiors magazine


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home was newly built in 2007. the property overlooks the ancient & magnificent scenery of Lough Derg & it's hinterland. It is a single storey property with simple clean lines. You enter the property through an elegant spacious lobby with high ceiling. To the right are the reception/living rooms, while to the left are the sleeping quarters. There are stunning views from the
rooms. The house is set on the mountainside but is only 12 minutes from the
bustling village of Killaloe. Killaloe is made up of charming narrow streets
flanked by old shops along the steep hill looking down on the 13th century
cathedral. The town was home to Brian Boru, the high King who united
Ireland against the Vikings, so this picture perfect town with it's Victorian
streets & old canal banks was once the capital of Ireland. Now a bustling
cosmopolitan little village with lots of restaurants, cafes & pubs you will be
spoilt for choice.


More about us

  1. Couple with 3 children

  2. James is an engineer, Dorothy is an accountant

  3. We love art, music, good food & hiking

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Award winning Cherry Tree, Goosers, River Run, Woodenspoon
Cool bars
Liam O'Rain's, Reddens, O'Donovan's, Molly's, Flanagan's
Cozy cafés
Woodenspoon Cafe, Delish, Wood Brothers Bistro
Retail therapy
Spirit, Catwalk, Joanne's Boutique, Lady Penelope's
Bit of culture
Medieval Cathedral, Brian Borus fort, University Concert Hall-Limerick, The Bell Table Theatre,The Hunt Museum
Walks in the park
Many mountain and lake walks, maps available at the tourist office. Beautiful walks directly from the House to The millenium cross.
Spot of exercise
University Activity Centre, Hiking, Horse Riding, Windsurfing, Fishing, Sailing.
Day tripping
Lough Derg pleasure cruises, Dromoland Castle, Car-Trip to the west coast in less than 1.5 hours.

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