Away from it all, yet only a 10 min drive into the Medieval city of Kilkenny, Highbank Farm is a 52 acre organic Apple farm. There are plenty of walks through the apple Orchards, Christmas trees and around the lakes on the farm. The apartment was the old stables on the family farm and has been lovely converted to create a space which has a beautiful homely atmosphere with a modern twist that you feel the moment you step inside. The apartment offers two bedrooms, (a double and a twin room) which comfortably sleeps 4 people, a bathroom with a wet room shower, a large open plan kitchen with all mod cons, (electric oven & hob, microwave, dish-washing machine, fridge/freezer etc.) A cosy open sitting room is beside the kitchen where you can curl up with a book or watch a DVD from our Library. There is also a 2nd hidden toilet behind one of the library shelves! The front door is just off of the Kitchen and opens out onto the courtyard of the farm. A wall of Bamboo is planted to ensure privacy in your home away from home.
A beautiful 1 bedroom space located in Fethard Co Tipperary. Great privacy, your own kitchen area and bathroom equipped with a bath and shower, tv is provided.Wifi available also. Located in a cul de sac, close to town centre and a 3 minute walk from the local shop. Close proximity to Cork,Waterford,Kilkenny. 12km from Cashel and 8km from Clonmel. Nice quiet area.
Cosy & recently restored open plan stone cottage, with mezzanine floor, kitchen and wood burning stove. Situated in a traditional farm yard of which over looks the stunning Comeragh Mountains. Beside beautiful forest with streams, walks and natural beauty.
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