County Tipperary Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
Coopers Cottage is situated on its own grounds in a tranquil, rural location. It is a traditional cottage which has been renovated recently. Coopers Cottage has three bedrooms (sleeps 6). The main bedroom is a double room with an ensuite. This is a downstairs room. There are two twin rooms upstairs, sharing the main bathroom (bath tub and separate shower) downstairs. White Egyptian bed linen is used in the bedrooms. Fluffy white towels are also provided. The sitting room has a solid fuel stove, creating a very homely atmosphere. The kitchen/dining room is well equipped with all the necessary kitchen gadgets (fridge/dishwasher/microwave). The laundry room (outside) houses a washing machine, dryer, freezer and fuel supply. Heating in the cottage is electric. There is a south facing patio, furnished with table and chairs. A barbecue is available.
For larger groups, additional self catering accommodation is available at Rathellen House (sleeps 12/14)
‘This adorable cottage is perfect for a family wanting to explore the southeastern counties of Tipperary, Waterford, and Kilkenny. Stella and Eamonn Long have lovingly restored and renovated this 19th-century cooper's cottage, once Eamonn's family home, into a comfortable, tasteful hideaway. With exposed beams and polished wood floors, the Longs have created a house full of light, with spectacular views of the Galtee Mountains. While retaining the cosy proportions and traditional lines of the original dwelling, the Longs have created a house full of light, with generous skylights and windows opening to spectacular views of the Galtee Mountains. The furnishings have a bright, contemporary feel. The house, which has three bedrooms and sleeps six, comes with absolutely everything, and there's even a barbecue and a modest fenced-in garden, with a patio for sunny days’. Frommer’s Guide to Ireland.
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Eamonn and Stella Long
Coopers Cottage has been in the Long family for over one hundred years. Eamonn's grandfather, Michael, was a cooper by trade. He ran his business from the cottage. With his team of coopers, barrels were made to supply the Butter Market in nearby Tipperary Town. Coopers Cottage has been completely renovated. It has been operating as a vacation rental property for a number of years now. Guests enjoy the traditional cottage feel, the wonderful views of the Galtee Mountains from the kitchen and sitting room.
Coopers Cottage is located at the edge of the Glen of Aherlow. This is a quiet, secluded valley stretching stretches from the N24, south of the heritage town of Tipperary, through sixteen miles of unspoilt countryside affording some of the most breathtaking scenery imaginable making it one of the most desirable holiday destinations in Ireland. There are a wide range of visitor attractions and things to do in the Glen of Aherlow including; walking and trekking in the Galtee Mountains, the Glen of Aherlow Nature park, numerous heritage sites (Clonbeg Church and St. Sedna’s Holy Well, St. Peacaun’s Church and Holy Well, St. Beirheart’s of Kyle, Athassel Abbey). There are a number of looped walks in the Glen of Aherlow catering for walkers of all levels. While Coopers Cottage is centrally located for touring the south of Ireland, there are numerous heritage sites and towns nearby. Visit the Rock of Cashel, Cahir Castle, the Swiss Cottage and the Mitchelstown Cave.