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The House was purpose built as a Coaching Inn by Lord Ashbrook of Durrow in 1777 and was meticulously restored by the Murphy family in 2005.
There are 10 beautifully appointed guest bedrooms and it is 5 minutes walking distance from Castle Durrow.While the front of the house faces onto the main road, the rear has a beautiful sweeping lawn which extends down to the river Erkina. This beautiful venue has everything – a central location, it is easily accessible, it is a wonderful historical house which is stunningly decorated, there is a fabulous restaurant and facilities for private functions.
Castletown House is a beautifully restored early 18th century home from home. Remains of a Norman Castle are on the lands. Castletown House is within walking distance of Donaghmore village. The renowned Donaghmore Famine Workhouse is just up the road, an experience that really takes you back to our troubled past.
Winner of an R.A.C Little Gem award for overall excellence in Ireland, and also a sparkling Diamond Award. This exquisite 19th Century listed Georgian residence has been recently restored to the highest standards and is within a two minutes walk of Portlaoise town centre.
A 16th Century Manor House within the Ballaghmore Castle grounds offers bed and breakfast accommodation in a secluded setting of 30 acres.