Old Parochial House
Located on the scenic route between Cashel and Kilkenny in County Tipperary, this beautiful period home was built in 1886 by request of his Grace Dr Croke, Archbishop of Cashel and Emly and served as the parish priest's house for the village of Ballingarry for over 100 years. In 2008 it was completely refurbished and transformed ino a beautiful holiday residence. With accommodation for 11 guests the Old Parochial House offers visitors a truely unique experience in luxurious self-catering accommodation.
Things to do
Whether you yearn for some quiet time away from it all or wish to explore the many attractions of this historic part of the country, the Old Parochial House is the perfect base for your holiday in Ireland. Relax and enjoy a book in the reading room, take some time out to listen to the flow of the river at the bottom of the garden, hike the famous Slievenamon enjoying spectacular views of the surrounding counties or just relax with a cup of tea in the drawing room - the choice is yours!
Listed house with carved staircase and stained glass windows.
Refurbished to the highest standards with beautiful chandeliers and antique furniture.
Six spacious bedrooms decorated to relect the tranquil surroundings.
Located just 2 miles from Famine Warhouse 1848.
Deck with seating area over the King's River.
Set behind stone walls with electric gated entrance and intercom.
Large drawing room with marble open fire, piano and comfy sofas.
Formal dining room for those special meals.
TV room with open fire, satellite TV and DVD player.
Bright fully equipped new kitchen with LCD TV and back door leading onto enclosed courtyard.
Reading room (former Oratory) with chaise longue and stained glass window.
Electric gates and intercom,
river at end of garden