all year except Christmas, New Year and Easter, dining room closed Sun and Mon night.
drawing room, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), wedding facilities, 4-acre garden in 250-acre farm, walking trail, unsuitable for disabled.
Irish in evening in dining room.
all ages welcomed.
 per room B&B €120–€140, D,B&B €170–€240. À la carte €45, set menu (Tues–Fri) €40.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Warm and charming in its small-scale grandeur’, the Egan family’s Georgian mansion sits amid a cereals farm in Tipperary countryside. ‘The character of the building has been lovingly maintained, even if it is gently shabby in spots; there are remarkable antique furnishings and quality textiles throughout,’ report Guide inspectors in 2017. Each bedroom is ‘distinctive’, with ‘stunning countryside views’. ‘Our dual-aspect room had an ample four-poster bed. In the spotless bathroom, a roll-top bath took pride of place in front of the massive sash window.’ There are ‘cosy nooks’ and a ‘small, well-stocked bar’ in the drawing room, ideal for a pre-dinner cocktail; in the ‘stunning dining room’, ‘the menu may cater to more traditional palates, but the food is, without exception, perfectly cooked’. (‘Shame about the cheesy muzak.’) Wake to breakfast with ‘the sun streaming through the windows’. A buffet is laid out on a ‘covetable collection’ of Nicholas Mosse pottery; the ‘short, simple selection’ of hot dishes includes ‘perfect smoked salmon with eggs’. Get your boots: ‘The Inch Loop walk made the stay for us, giving the house historical context, and showing off the Irish countryside.’
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This hotel accepts room upgrade vouchers which entitle readers to a space available room upgrade. The voucher must be presented at check-in and is entirely at the hotelier’s discretion.