5 Bedrooms | 5 Baths
Kilmallock, Co. Limerick, Ireland
From €2,500 per Week
Flemingstown House, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick, Ireland Vacation Rental
This 250 year old county house set in the midst of green fields reached by a long private avenue, exudes atmosphere and extraordinary warmth. The house offers the best in country house charm and on our private estate, guests enjoy a glimpse of unspoiled rural Ireland.
The reception rooms include a drawing room, TV room, formal dining room and games room. The stained glass windows allow the morning sunshine to ease one into another day over a relaxing breakfast. Enjoy our much admired kitchen with the warmth and comfort of the Aga cooker.
The five spacious well appointed bedrooms, furnished with elegance overlook parkland, against the backdrop of the Ballyhoura Mountains. All rooms are en-suite and have a tv.
The garden is an ideal place to relax and unwind while reading, or simply to enjoy the views of the beautiful Ballyhoura Mountains.
Flemingstown House is located in an idyllic country setting only two miles from the ancient market town of Kilmallock. Once the seat of the high kings of Munster, Kilmallock is now a bustling country town ideally situated within easy reach of Cork and Limerick Cities and the rugged Atlantic coastline of Counties Cork, Kerry, Clare and Limerick.
This property is a fantastic venue for a group of friends/family wanting the facilities of a five star hotel with the privacy and relaxed atmosphere of a country house.
This is a self catering house but should you like to book a chef/cook, it is possible to do so at extra cost and paid directly to the person.
Check In 4PM
Check out 10AM
No Smoking Inside
Weddings Allowed with restrictions
Can be used as B&B
50% down to book
50% due (balance) 60 days prior
Please take out travelers Insurance no Cancellation Refunds
**All starting rates are low season rates. Rates are now quoted based on occupancy and use. Please call or inquire for individual group rates.**
Mountain cycling in the Ballyhoura Mountains
Golfing (Adare, Head of Kinsale, Ballybunion, Lahinch)
Fishing (Maigue & Blackwater)
Horse riding through the Glen of Aherlow
Sailing (Cork Harbour)