Kilmaneen Farmhouse


Newcastle Ardfinnan, Clonmel,

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Kevin and Bernadette O'Donnell offer award winning, family run 4* Bed & Breakfast and 4* self-catering accommodation in Co. Tipperary. Members of the O'Donnell family have lived and farmed here for six generations and the Farmhouse is over 200 years old.

The accommodation has a quiet unspoilt rural setting and we endeavour to give our guests a very personal service in a genuine Irish home where they can enjoy. . . . - Fishing on our farm in our private stretch of the rivers Suir & Tar - Walking in the Knockmealdown, Comeragh and Galty mountains - Pet friendly accommodation in our Cottage - A peaceful and relaxing stay which combines the solid comforts of the past with the modern conveniences of today - Freshly prepared, home-cooked breakfasts and evening meals (on request) made using home-grown fruit/vegetables.

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Showing Friday 27 November 2015 to Saturday 28 November 2015

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Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room

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From 16:00 hours
Until 11:30 hours
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Pets are not allowed

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  • June 2014

Great B& B But!!!!!!

This is a Lovely Farmhouse set in rural Ireland, The hosts are wonderful and the food is great, We had a massive 6ft wide bed which was very comfortable.

This accommodation has only one drawback, it is pretty isolated, the nearest village is about 4 miles away where there is a takaway, and a restaurant serving french style cooking on friday and saturday evenings at 40 euros a head. For everyday meals the nearest place is Cahir which is a 16 mile round trip. I was a bit tired having spent the day travelling from Shannon and going round Cahir castle, and I didnt feel like driving again , however I had no choice.