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Ballyhoura Mountain Lodges

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Sleeps 6
  • Bathrooms 1
  • Pets: Yes
  • Wifi: Yes

On-site we have 6 lodges, each lodge has three bedrooms, the master bedroom has a double bed and is ensuite and the two other bedrooms have twin beds and share the main bathroom, each lodge can sleep up to 6 people. The living area and kitchen/dining area are all open plan separated from the bedrooms by a hallway.

Linnen and towels are provided and the beds are made prior to your arrival. We can have the heating on prior to your arrival if you like, just let us know. We have lovely stoves in each house and we encourage people to collect the kippings and sticks in the forest to burn in the fire (bring some dry stuff in case of bad weather!).

In each lodge, we have a flat-screen tv, a DVD player, a radio cd player, oven, hob, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, pots, pans, plates, cups, glasses, knives and forks, wine openers, bottle openers and everything else we could think of to make your stay easier. Sometimes people like to bring their own with them so If you have a favourite pot or kitchen knife, then pack it into the car and bring it along and use away, another small benefit of self-catering.

The lodges are perfect for large groups, retreats, reunions, family get-togethers, family breaks, couples retreats etc. Please do not hesitate to contact us today on any request, we are delighted to be of assistance.

Maggie O'Dwyer

Bathrooms: 1
All Year Available: Yes
Sleeps: 6
Pets Allowed: Yes
Short Breaks: Yes
Bedrooms: 3
Wifi: Yes
Graded: Yes
No. of Rooms: 5
No. of Floors: 1
Book Online: Yes
CD Player
DVD Player
Towels & Linen Provided
Heating System
Fireplace / Stove
Solid Fuel
Kitchen and Dining
Fridge Freezer
Washing Machine
No any video available for this property.
Tourist Board ApprovedIrish Self-Catering Federation
from  €495 week
Other Price Info
Deposit 30% of total rent Refundable security deposit €150.00 is required to cover any damage or breakages to the property as per our Terms & Conditions Pricing notes Electricity per lodge is extra - from meter reading at start and end of stay Pet charge of €25 - Payable on arrival

Property Location:
Ballyhoura Mountain Lodges, Ballyorgan, Kilfinnane, Co. Limerick Co. Limerick V35 HE16 Republic of IrelandOpen In Google Maps
Located at the foot of the Ballyhoura mountains in the heart of the Munster countryside. We are neighboured by Kilfinane and Kildorrery with Mitchelstown and Kilmallock within 15 minutes drive. Mountain biking There is a purpose-built mountain bike park approx. 2 km away from the lodges. Here you can rent out bikes or bring your own if you wish. Trailriders, based at the trailhead are very helpful and friendly and are always delighted to see a new face. From time to time the Mountain Bike Park host National and International events so it is well regarded in the mountain bike fraternity. Upcoming events will be posted on this site. Road cycle trails (marked and signposted) We are located on loop 4 of the Killmallock cycle hub routes. These comprise of 8 routes varying in distance from 16 to 70 kilometres through the quaint villages and secluded country lanes of the locality. Walking trails We have an abundance of walking trails to choose from locally. All levels and type of walkers come to the area each year never need to do the same route twice! From strolling through Doneraile park, meandering down boreens, to hill walking and forest walks, there is a walk to suit you and the weather on the day. The trailhead at the Mountain Bike Park is also the start of a number of looped walks including a 2km nature trail which small children love, finding woodland creatures hidden in the trees. For a more energetic walk with a difference try the trim trail, an outdoor gym obstacle course! One of our favourite loop walks nearby is the Keale Riverwalk, linking Ballyorgan to Darragh by river, really beautiful and unspoilt. We have the information and are always delighted to make recommendations. For local walks check out Ballyhoura Country or Coillte Outdoors. There are 2 annual walking festivals in the area; The Ballyhoura International Walking Festival held on the May Bank Holiday Weekend and the Ballyhoura Autumn Rambling Weekend. Culture and Archaeology The area has a rich and varied past and we have evidence of almost every period from Neolithic in Lough Gur, to the Medieval period in Killmallock, not to mention the stone circles in Grange, Churches and Abbeys, Castles and famine workhouses. There are a number of visitor centres locally which are a great place to start your quest and discover some of the hidden treasures that are on offer. For those on a genealogy quest and uncovering family roots, please visit Historic Graves as more than 100 historic graveyards in the area have been surveyed and digitalised online for users for free family searches. Family activities The Ballyhoura region has a lot to offer family getaways. These include the Mitchelstown Caves, Horse Riding with Ballyhoura Horse Trekking, visiting the Donkey Sanctuary in Liscarroll or fun walks in the forest at the nature and trim trail. On-site you will find our own adventure playground which is enough to amuse the smaller ones for a few hours. Please check out Facebook for upcoming events, activities and festivals, that you can keep tabs on in the lead up to your trip. As always we are happy to advise and recommend. Please also check our specials page for discounts you can avail of as a guest on many of the attractions listed. Mitchelstown Set at the foothills of the Galtee Mountains, Mitchelstown, in County Cork, is within a mile of counties Limerick and Tipperary, and enjoys strong influences from each county. To its north are spectacular views of the Galtee mountains – Ireland’s highest inland range – and the Mitchelstown Caves, one of the most impressive caves to be seen in Ireland. Mitchelstown has a number of boutiques and restaurants and well worth a visit. Kildorrery The village of Kildorrery owes its origins to a church, mentioned in 1302 in the papal taxation records of Pope Boniface VIII. In the late 1700s, the Earls of Kingston began work on laying out the present village. By 1837, Kildorrery had 90 houses, a constabulary barracks and a medical dispensary. Fairs for selling cattle, sheep and pigs were held in May, June, September and November. The modern parish of Kildorrery is made up of five mediaeval parishes – Carrigdownane, Farahy, Kildorrery, Nathlash and Templemolagga. Saint Bartholomew’s parish church was built in 1838. The village today is beautifully maintained thanks to many years of involvement in the Tidy Towns competition. Tourism information can be sought at the community office in the renovated thatched house on main street, also home to the fab Thatch & Thyme restaurant, well worth a visit for lunch!! Doneraile The town stands on the northern slope of Knockahur hill, which rises by a gentle slope from the river and gradually ascends to a rocky prominence. However, it was not this rocky prominence but one near the graveyard of Oldcourt which together with an ancient fort built thereon, gave the town its name, Doneraile, i.e. “Dún ar Aill”, meaning “the fort on the cliff”. Doneraile is home to the magnificent Doneraile Court & Park, a day can be spent here at the children's playground, enjoying the walks and of course the coffee and cake in the Tearooms. Doneraile town itself is well worth visiting as Doneraile is home to a number of lovely antique shops.
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Maggie O'Dwyer