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Come and experience the undiscovered Ireland. A stay in this memorable, old-style Traditional Farmhouse, which is set in lush green farmland in the heart of the countryside, heals the heart, soul and mind. It gives an opportunity to experience quietness and tranquillity. Carrigmore farm is Approved by Failte Ireland as a 3 Star, Self Catering Accommodation.
Set in peaceful farmland, the house offers you an opportunity to see a farm, visit old castle ruins (the nearest one in Castletown - dates back to 1225) and admire many beautiful country Churches. It is also ideal for those holiday makers who want total peace and quiet, yet it is just a short drive away from all local Attractions.
You can walk through our farm roadways, or take a bicycle ride around the area, to hear the warm witty tales of the neighbours. If you just wish to relax by a river or lake and fish or walk, please let us know and this can be arranged for you.
Centrally located, Carrigmore Farm is just 45 minutes drive from Shannon Airport, Bunratty Castle, King Johns Castle in Limerick city, and the Rock of Cashel, Holycross Abbey and the Glen of Aherlow in County Tipperary. We are a two hour drive from Killarney - the start of the Ring of Kerry, Cliffs of Moher and Kilkenny Castle.
The house has TV/DVD/CD/ Games Console and there is also WiFi Internet access available.
There is an option to relax, and enjoy old music records.
The kitchen is fully equipped, with Cooker, Fridge, Kettle, Toaster, George Foreman grill, Microwave and sufficient crockery and cutlery to accommodate ten people.
The bathroom has a toilet, a bath equipped with hand rails, and shower to accommodate Elderly visitors. Three of the four bedrooms are located on the ground floor - with the fourth bedroom in the loft. Linen, hand and bath towels, and tea towels are provided. Hair dryers are also provided.
A Welcome Pack is available on Arrival and also an Open fire fuel Pack.
Our Laundry room is located in the Courtyard, this offers the facility to Wash, Dry and Iron Clothes and there is also an outdoor clothes line.
The courtyard is enclosed, and has a large parking area that is safe and secure for parking up to 5 cars.
There is an outdoor table and chair set suitable for up to eight people to enjoy the setting sun in the evenings. A green lawn with many mature shrubs and trees is positioned to the front of the house, with an outstanding view of Carrigmore rock, a prominent feature in the area. This is a very tranquil area to either read or enjoy the many birds that frequent the lawn.
The courtyard is secure for children to play outdoors.
Wellington boots are provided to keep you dry as you take a walk along our farm roadways or explore the local neighbourhood.
Sorry, there is no smoking in this house, but you are welcome to sit in the garden to smoke.
We will be there on your arrival with many hints and directions to help you enjoy your stay with us.
Heating / Electricity included in the Price. Wood also included for Stove.
Come and experience the undiscovered Ireland.A stay in this old-style Traditional Farmhouse, situated in lush green farmland, in the heart of the countryside, heals the heart, soul and mind. It gives an opportunity to experience peace and tranquillity. Carrigmore farm is Approved by Failte Ireland as a 3 Star, Self Catering Accommodation.
Set in peaceful farmland,the house offers you an opportunity to see a Farm, visit old castle ruins-(the nearest one in Castletown - dates back to 1225.)and the many beautiful Churches. It is also ideal for those holiday makers who want total peace and quiet, yet it is just a short drive away from all local Attractions.
You can walk through our farm roadways,or take a bicycle ride around the area, to hear the warm witty tales of the neighbour. If you just wish to relax by a river or lake and fish or walk, please let us know and this can be arranged for you.
Had the most wonderful family vacation at Carrigmore Farm. Tina and Tom Cummins were such a joy. The farm was perfect, the perfect location for our daily excurtion's around the beautiful Irish countryside. Tom and Tina were very helpful with their suggestions on destinations and driving directions. We felt right at home with the Cummins. We hope and pray that God will allow us to return to Ireland again someday in the future. We are so thankful for our new Irish friend's.
My parents, son and daughter stayed at Carrigmore Farm for 6 nights in June 2016. The farmhouse has everything you could possibly want including books, games and DVD's and a lovely welcome pack of eggs, bread, milk etc. Tom was so helpful and really made the holiday for us with his great advice on where to visit and his tales of Ireland. The farmhouse was very clean and really homely and welcoming. The farmhouse was situated within distance of visiting lots of attractions. We would definitely recommend this farmhouse, it felt like home from home especially when Lucy the dog came to greet us.
Tom was so helpful and welcoming. The farmhouse has everything that you could possibly want including books, games and DVD's. My parents and my son and daughter had a really lovely holiday and this was thanks to Tom and his advice on where to go. The farmhouse was a good base for visiting all the lovely places to see in Ireland. Thank you Tom for a wonderful holiday.
Awesome time in a 250 year old 4 bedroom farmhouse! On arrival Thomas Cummins gave us the history of the house he had grown up in. We were greeted by 7 Holstein calves at the entrance to the farm. Your stay should include a Tuesday night if at all possible: we rode 4 miles with Thomas to a home where we experienced an evening of traditional Irish music. 6 accordians, two banjoes, 2 guitars, harmonica, violin, spoons and a traditional drum! Each highly, capable musician had a turn(3 times around) to lead out with a song and the others knew how to join in! I was able to sing Amazing Grace to the tune of the House of the Rising Sun. We had a nice day trip to the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren rock formations and the Cashel Castle.
the 3 nights here was a real highlight of our 9 days on the Emerald Isle!
The farmhouse was super easy to find with the GPS coordinate points that I was given. Plus there were also signs to follow as we got closer. Upon arrival the owner Tom meet us and showed us around the house. The house was very clean and homey with everything that a traveler could desire. There was also a welcome pack with milk, eggs, bread, butter, and other goodies for us. It was so thoughtful of our hosts to provide us with these items. All of the bedrooms are on the first level except 1 which is in a loft. This makes the house accessible for elderly or disabled. Everything about the home was welcoming, there was movies, games, and books if we decided to not go out. There was also bikes to ride if we wanted. One thing that I really enjoyed was the walks that were right from the house. The location of the house is close to all kinds of attractions such as the Swiss Cottage, the Rock of Cashel, and many more. Our host could not have been more wonderful. Tom talked to us about our interests and then made suggests about things for us to do and see. He also made arrangements for us to see a horse farm, a peat operations, and local music. We had an amazing stay at the Farmhouse and our only regret was that our stay was not longer.
I would highly recommend the farmhouse, it was the one of the best rental houses that I have ever stayed at.
When people ask me about my trip to Ireland just after Christmas, I tell them it was cold, dark, rainy, and perfect. Even with the less than ideal weather conditions, we were able to do nearly everything we set out to do and each night came home to a warm, cozy, and welcoming home in the Carrigmore Farmhouse. Tom and Tina are the most welcoming hosts and the farmhouse is set up to anticipate your every need. Warm blankets for bedtime, wifi, the correct adaptors for those of us who brought the wrong ones, plenty of informative books for all our wildlife questions, a choice of books and movies for fun entertainment on less active days, a supply of food and drink, and plenty of wood and coal for the fire, plus Tom's expertise at stoking the wood burning stove to dry out our wet coats. It was a trip I would do again!
We were welcomed to Carrigmore Farm personally by Tom and dog Lucy the day of our arrival, our first visit to Ireland. The fires were lit and the home toasty warm. A selection of food to fill our belly's was available and there were fresh flowers in the entry surrounded by a plethora of information about local and not so local attractions. The bird feeders were filled outside the kitchen window and the beds were comfy and warm.
The first evening we were Tom's guests to a local home to experience an evening of Irish music. Amazing! We had our 20 and 17y/o daughters with us and they were skeptical about staying in the Farmhouse, but after the evening of music and getting to know Tom, they were sold. Even more so after finding the hair drier and curling iron as we forgot there was a difference in POWER and plugs.
Tom and his lovely wife provided guidance as to how to use our time efficiently in our attempts to do it all in 6 days - which of course is impossible. We had directions printed for us for day trips and suggestions as to the best order of experiences. We had wonderful evenings of discussion at the table and left feeling well cared for and like we had made friends for life. Thank you Tom and Tina for making our experience in Ireland even better than we anticipated! We would suggest this home to all our friends and family and home to return ourselves in the not to distant future.
Carrigmorefarm is situated on the borders of Limerick/Tipperary.
Tipperary is situated in the south of the Country and extends from the border of Galway and the Midlands to just short of the south coast. The largest inland County in the Country. Tipperary is a scenic County, fashioned by the Galtee Mountains, the River Suir, & a rich lush green landscape. Angling, Golf, mountain walking and caves are all to hand and there's the Rock of Cashel, countless abbeys, castles,and forts to explore, experience and enjoy.
You can also spend your days visiting historic castles and abbeys in Co.Tipperary, such as the Rock of Cashel, Athassel Abbey, Cahir Castle, and the Swiss Cottage,
For those more interested in land based beauty the valley of the Glen of Aherlow lies between the Galtee Mountains and the wooded ridge of Slievenamuck. Historically an important pass between Limerick and Tipperary, and an notorious hideout for outlaws, Slievnamuck now offers perfect opportunities for horse riding, hiking, cycling and fishing.
Tipperary also provides us with Ballykisteen Golf Course and Tipperary Racecourse only a short distance away from carrigmorefarm
Enjoy a full day at the Bunratty Folk Park - with the kids, or by yourself. Here you can visit the famous Bunratty Castle, see many old Irish Cottages, and learn about the history of Ireland. You can also attend one of their Medieval banquets, which are an experience in themselves!
In Limerick city, you can visit the Hunt Museum with its exceptional art collection including works from Picasso, da Vinci, and Renoir. Limerick also boasts a wonderful Medieval precinct with the famous 800.year-old King Johns Castle. Limerick is also packed with excellent shops and wonderful restaurants.
In the surrounding areas of Limerick, you will find Adare Manor, Lough Gur, The Benedictine Monastery of Glenstall Abbey which is nearby in Murroe. Visit the wonderful towns of killaloe and Balllina on the river Shannon, not far from the beautiful Lough Derg.
If you're feeling adventurous, why not take a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher or the ring of Kerry. both well worth a visit!
If fishing is your sport, close by you have the Mulcair river, which flows into the Shannon. The Mulcair provides a varity of all types of fish, so there's something there for everyone. For walking or hiking in the Limerick area, try the Slieve Felim Way. This is a 36km, linear walking route, which starts in Murroe and runs through the foothills of Slieve Felim, Keeper hill and the Silvermines mountains. Alternatively, you could try the Multeen Way, which starts in Tipperary Town and is signposted towards Donohill, through sceinic vales, to Cappawhite and then upwards to the Red Hill - for more information try Walking Routes Ireland or Multeen Tourism.
By night enjoy a Traditional Irish Music evening in Brou Brou Centre in Cashel. On Friday night's you will find a Trad Music night in the Kickham Lounge in Tipp town, or a Hooley in Jim O the Mill's each Thursday night in Upperchurch.
Don' t forget that it does rain in Ireland! So for those wet days, take your Kids to Tons of Fun, Eastway Business Park, Tipperary Road in Limerick. For all types of fun and games! For swimming, try Canon Hayes Recreation Centre in Tipperary Town.
Carrigmorefarm is situated in the heart of the countryside, close to Cappawhite, on the Tipperary border. Set in peaceful pastoral farmland, the house offers you an opportunity to see an authentic farm, visit and admire many beautiful churches. In particular Solohead Church - located 5km away, and has magnificent Harry Clarke stained - glass windows. Harry Clarke was an Irish Stained-glass artist and book illustrator. Born in Dublin - 1889 - 1931
The village of Doon is only 5km away.
Doon is a small country village, located in East Limerick, close to the border of West Tipperary. It is 62km from Shannon Airport, 25km to Limerick city, only 16km to Tipperary town, which offers supermarkets, clothes shops, bars and restaurants.
The village has all the local amenities you could need: Doctors Surgery, Pharmacy, Post office, three Grocery's shops - two which provide hot food also Petrol/Diesal, A Butchers Shop, Newsagents, Berkery's Garage, Tony's Leather Centre, Hardware Store, Chinese restaurant, Barber, and many Pubs.
Doon in September, Vintage Show, Paddy Dakar, Honda Fifty Run, etc.
The Paddy Dakar is an annual Motorcycle event which takes place in Doon.It is Orienteering challenge through the beautiful Sleive Felim mountains both on and off the Road.
There are many local loop walks on minor and country roads, both within Carrigmorefarm and in the locality. These are suitable for people of all ages.
A visit to Anna Moore's pub in Doon is recommended, so be sure to visit and enjoy an excellent pint of Guinness
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Jun 1 2016 - Aug 31 2016
3 night minimum stay
Sep 1 2016 - May 31 2017
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
June, July, Aug - € 450 - per week.
The rest of the year - € 350 - per week.
Electricity - Oil - Timber for Stove, included in the Price.
June - July - August - Changeover day - Flexible.
The rest of the year is - Flexible.
Deposit & Payment
Method of Payment - Paypal , Bank transfer, Or Cash.
We ask for a €100 - Deposit on Booking.
Full Payment on Arrival.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.