County Tipperary Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 6)
Cooga Cottage is Irish Tourist Board approved and registered & is regularly inspected to ensure the highest standards are maintained. Originally the family home of the present owners grandparents. This beautiful well equipped cottage has recently been refurbished with much care and attention to every detail and offers an excellent standard of self catering accommodation. Situated on the outskirts of the village of Doon in County Limerick. Provides the comforts of modern living with the charm and character of a country cottage. It is perfect for a romantic break, a family holiday or simply just as a relaxing base for touring. Ideal all year round retreat. Plentiful parking at side and rear of cottage. Bathroom downstairs with shower over. Heating and electricity extra - - charged by meter readings. Cooga Cottage offers free Wi-Fi. Bed linen, towels and kitchen towels supplied free of charge. Cot, high chair, baby blankets and baby bath available free of charge - please mention when booking.
Complimentary arriving essentials - tea, coffee, milk, chocolate snacks and toiletries provided.
Short stays of 3 nights or more may be available on request - different rates apply. Please contact owner.
Shannon Airport 50 minutes drive.
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park 45 minutes drive.
Rock of Cashel 30 minutes drive.
University of Limerick 25 minutes drive.
No cleaning fees, no taxes, no hidden charges - guests just pay rent, heating and electricity.
Rental rates inclusive of heating & electricity also available - please contact owner.
A deposit of €100 euro is required payable via VRBO secure payment system - just click on ' Book It ' button. Balance due on arrival.
Cooga Cottage is owner managed.
From Shannon Airport follow signs for Limerick. From Limerick City follow signs for N 24 ( Tipperary/Waterford road ). Travel along N 24 for approx. 13km and turn left onto R 505 - signposted Cappamore/Doon - after approx. 2km take first right - signposted Cappamore/Doon - this narrow winding road takes you to Cappamore - go through the village to the very end of the Main Street and turn right at Maddens Pub ' The Bridge Inn ' - signposted Doon/Cappawhite. This is your road to Doon which is less than 10 minutes drive - as you approach Doon watch out for the Church spire on your left - the Church ' Preachers Restaurant ' is on a side road off the road you are travelling. Cooga Cottage is adjacent to the Church.
From Dublin & Cork Airports follow signs for Limerick then follow signs for N24 and R505 to Doon.
Lat. 52.606905 Lon. -8.258178
Owners Cell phone 00 353 (0) 86 3951292
Check in 2pm.
Check out 10.00am.
Keywords: Over 100 years old, Cooga Cottage is Irish Tourist Board approved & registered. Originally the family home of the present owners grandparents. This beautiful well equipped cottage is set in a large private landscaped garden ( half acre ), has recently been refurbished and offers an excellent standard of self catering accommodation. Situated in a rural setting yet close to all amenities - - within walking distance of shops and pubs. Ideal all year round retreat. Non smoking. Free Wi-Fi
Cooga Cottage is beautifully decorated and furnished and will comfortably sleep 6 between 3 Bedrooms -- 2 upstairs bedrooms -- 1 double (1 double bed ) & 1 twin ( 2 single beds ) -- 1 downstairs bedroom with 1 double bed. Hairdryers in each bedroom. The ground floor bathroom has a bath with shower over.
The kitchen/dining room is fully equipped with electric hob/oven, microwave, toaster, fridge freezer, coffee makers, dishwasher, washing machine, iron/ironing.
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- wheelchair accessible
Why Tom Keogh chose County Tipperary
Cooga Cottage was built in 1908 and was originally the family home of the grandparents of present owner. The cottage is owner managed.
What makes this cottage unique
The cottage has been a family home for over 100 years and has been operating as a vacation rental since 1999. Guests enjoy the character, charm and traditional feel of an Irish Country Cottage.