I stayed in this B&B with my partner and another couple for a weekend as we were attending a wedding in Kilshane House, it's about two miles from Kilshane House. The B&B is a real old fashioned home with lovely ornaments and pictures all over the place. Breakfast was lovely and she's so accomodating that she didn't mind us being late for breakfast on the morning after the wedding, we were made so comfortable that we sat chatting for ages after breakfast without any disturbance. Onor and her husband were absolutely lovely and so friendly, accomodating, and this really added to the experience of the weekend as we had heard some negative comments about another B&B in the area. If I were pushed to say anything negative, it would be that the heating was on constant and we were too warm at night (if I simply turned off the radiator in the room, this would have been rectified). The area itself is lovely, we took a spin to Cahir to see the castle and there are lots of lovely large estate houses and castles around the countryside. Alot of people in our company visited the Rock of Cashel also, it helped that the weather was fabulous for the entire weekend. I'd definitely return to the area again, normally if I was to spend a weekend in Ireland, I'd go somewhere coastal but having visited Bansha (the village where we stayed), I'd love to go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We welcome you to our Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast, nestled at the foothills of the Galtee mountain in the scenic Glen of Aherlow where you will greeted to relaxing & carefree atmosphere. Well located for mountain walking, hiking or exploring of the naturally beautiful golden vale region.After your exertions on the Galtees or explorations throughout the Golden vale, you will be treated to Honora & Philips renowned home cooking & hospitality. ... more less