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Here are out choices for the best farm house B&Bs in Tipperary, Ireland in 2024!
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- Just outside Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland, this farmstay is in a 19th century farmhouse on a 130 acre working farm that borders the Nenagh River and has views of the Silvermines Mountains. All of their comfortable rooms have private bathrooms, coffee and tea making facilities and free WiFi. They serve a good hearty breakfast in the morning and, if requested, evening meals too. Of course the farm here is the main attraction and guests are free to wander around the grounds, see the animals, sit by the river, take in the peace and quiet. And when you want to move on you can take a drive to Lough Derg, less than 20 minutes away, where you can go sailing, swimming and fishing, go hiking around the Silvermines Mountains or have a walk through the woodlands of the Portumna Forest Park. WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “Everything was lovely, the couple running the farmhouse were very friendly and chatty, loved it here just wish we could have stayed longer….” “Peace and home comfort in a beautiful rural setting with wonderful breakfast….” >> CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS & TO BOOK YOUR STAY AT BAYLY FARM: READ MORE
- Ballyboy House is located at the foot of the Knockmealdown Mountains, outside Clogheen Co.Tipperary. Surrounded by beautiful grounds this charming farm stay offers B&B rooms in a lovely Georgian setting. With amazing mountain views of the Galty, Comeragh and Slievenamon ranges, Ballyboy House is set in 4 acres of gardens leading onto 75 acres of woodland walkways. Each of the rooms at Ballyboy House has an elegant, traditional design. And all the rooms have an en suite bathroom. Breakfast is served in the property’s grand dining room and you can also visit the tea room throughout the day, which serves home baking, tea and coffee. You can dine outside in the converted courtyard too, which has 400-year-old stone archways and lovely views. The nearby Vee Pass offers a dramatic drive through the Knockmealdown peaks. The river Tar, famous for its brown trout, runs through the farm and there is also a lake in the grounds, as well as the ruins of Ballyboy Castle. You can also go fishing, horse riding and walking in the surrounding countryside. WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “Our room was beautiful & literally our best night’s sleep in Ireland. The property in its rural setting was a breath of fresh air for winding down….” “Fantastic. Will be back! Beautiful house & grounds. Lovely walk with a river and views!…” >> CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS & TO BOOK YOUR STAY AT BALLYBOY HOUSE: READ MORE