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                  Recent County Offaly Reviews

                  Lovely old home in the center of Ireland

                  5 of 5
                  We stayed at Ballycumber House in June/July. It is an easy 70 minute drive from Dublin, mostly on the M4/M6. First, the house is enormous, larger than you might think from the description. Our family of seven occupied only a few of the bedrooms. It is very homey and comfortable, with nice, firm beds, good heating (LOL-irish summers), and large bathrooms. We spent many hours hanging out in (one of the!) living rooms by the peat fireplace, enjoyed cooking in the modern kitchen, playing pool in the games room, or tennis. There is a lovely rock garden, picnic table, and nice walk by the river at the foot of the garden. A five minute walk down the drive brings you to the village, two nearby pubs (limited food but great beer selection), and grocery (Gussies has everything you could need). We drove to Tara and Newgrange, to Galway and Cliffs of Moher, and to Dublin, in an hour, so day trips are easy. There are many whisky distilleries (Tullymore Dew!), monuments (Clonmacnoise is lovely), and small towns in a five to ten mile drive. What we loved: the roominess and just sheer loveliness of the house (have a Downton Abby fantasy-this will give you some idea of what it was like to live in a period house), the location (nice village and people, close to tourist areas for day trips), and of course Connie, who gives you a full introduction to the house and makes sure you are comfortable. She is a great host. Ballycumber House is an old home, so you will need to adjust to turning on heaters one hours in advance for the bath water, taking a bath (no showers), sometimes being chilly on a damp night (turn on the radiators-they work well). If you prefer city life, this is a country home. We genuinely loved the Irish countryside, the privacy, and the comfort of Ballycumber. We WILL be back to stay again.
                  • Submitted: Jul 8, 2016
                  • Stayed: Jun 2016

                  Home Away From Home

                  5 of 5
                  My husband and I enjoyed a week here while traveling through Ireland for a golf holiday. This home has been 100% remodeled and modernized. Home is clean w plenty of space. Modern appliances and fixtures throughout. Walk to River Shannon, pubs, music. Make meal at home or walk to chipper to top off a day of golfing and exploring. Hosts are lovely! We can't wait to return!
                  • Submitted: May 1, 2014
                  • Stayed: Aug 2013

                  An excellent place to stay

                  5 of 5
                  A group of us parents traveled from Canada to see our kids who were touring with our local Marching Band in Ireland. The house was an excellent central location for us. It was also the best place we could have chosen to stay. The owners were so warm and welcoming. We recommend renting from Mary in a hearbeat. There was so much to see and do in the area. We had an excellent stay.
                  • Submitted: Aug 10, 2009
                  • Stayed: Jul 2009