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House to let Mullinahone

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Property Overview:

  • 3 Bedrooms (1 single, 2 double : sleeps 6), 2 Bathrooms

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Available for letting on a regular basis.

Property Description:


Suitable accommodation for family on holidays, or people visiting the area.

house to let mullinahone Property Description:
Large and spacious 3 bedroom town house for rent immediately situated in the centre of Mullinahone.
Comprises two large double bedrooms and one single room, Spacious living room, with patio attached , Fully fitted Kitchen, downstairs toilet and main bathroom with full length bath and shower up stairs.
4 miles to the Callan Bypass, 15 miles to Kilkenny and 19 to Clonmel, and20 miles to Cashel.

Mullinahone village boasts numerous facilities churche- Catholic, post office, credit union, 3 grocery shops, butcher shop, 3 pubs, hackney service, beautician, Hair Dresser Large play ground for children including tennis and basket ball court. 4 miles to Callan golf club, Health Centre, Take away, Chemist Shop and Drapery shop...

We know the area and would be more than willing to help you plan your holiday in this area. Mullinahone is a perfect place to tour the South east and the south of the country
The Anner river flows through the village and the fishing is good just down the river a mile or two from the village. We are only a few miles from the magnificent Slieve Na BMon mountain If you climb to the top on a clear day you can see at least 6 counties Just email if you want any more information 
Bed linan supplied .Towels not provided 
E S B metered .
Oil heating included .

Carbine Bridge House

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This Failte Ireland accredited Four Star self catering home is set in a tranquil rural area with it's own private garden, patio furniture and barbeque, making this an ideal setting for a completely relaxing holiday.

The town of Callan, Co Kilkenny with its shops, pubs and restaurants and 18 hole golf course is only five minutes drive away. Located on the Kilkenny/Tipperary border, it is within easy reach of the mediaeval Kilkenny City, Mount Juliet golf course and Gowan racecourse. This is an excellent base to touring the South East or for those interested in hill walking, it's only a short drive to the slopes of Slievenamon. Fishing on the nearby Suir, Nore and Kings rivers and the newly opened Castlecomer Lakes stocked with Rainbow Trout are available for fishing throughout the year. South Tipperary too has alot to offer sightseers, Ormonde Castle, Carrick-on-Suir; Swiss Cottage, Cahir; and the famous Rock of Cashel are but a few must see attractions.

Carbine Bridge House comes with absolutely everything you could need for a relaxing holiday and can best be described as 'home away from home'.



Croc an Oir, Self catering

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Croc an Oir is something of a rural idyll a lovely place to visit, a pleasant place to live. There is a sense of timelessness and stability about the calm pastoral landscape.

Travel Down a winding boreen in Tipperary under the shadow of Sliabh Na mBan. As you round the last bend the road slopes gently towards Croc an Oir.

A century ago Hawes Barn housed the implements of a bygone farming era. The Hawe family lived in the old house and farmed here for over two hundred years.They left in 1921 but many of their names remain etched in the walls.


Kings River, Tipperary

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Self Catering Accommodation South TipperaryKings River Cottage

A recently renovated and tastefully furnished self catering accommodation situated in the heart of South Tipperary's rolling countryside, Aoibhinn Ri is ideally located for touring or simply unwinding in peaceful solitude.


Enjoy a game of tennis, take a walk, go fishing, try your hand at clay pigeon shooting, rough game shooting and more. Prepare for a slow-down in pace, as you enjoy a little slice of time away from the hustle and bustle in this unique tranquil corner of Tipperary.



Knock na gow
Knocknagow or the Homes of Tipperary By Charles J. Kickham

South Tipperary
South Tipperary, 1570-1841: The Land, Region and Rivalry

 Sally Kavangh
Sally Cavanagh; Or the Untenanted Graves: A Tale of Tipperary
By Charles J. Kickham

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"And I wouldn't much care for Sierra Leone, If I hadn't seen Killenaule
And the man that was never in Mullinahone,
Shouldn't say he had travelled at all."


poet. C.J. Boland