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ballymaloe house 1Ballymaloe House
is a family-run country house hotel famous for its outstanding hospitality and superb food. The 17th century house built onto a Norman keep is nestled in a 400 acre estate in rural East Cork. Ballymaloe House is only 20 miles from the historic city of Cork, and minutes from the breathtaking south coast. 

The bedrooms come in all shapes and sizes, from large and airy to cozy including ground floor rooms in the courtyard. Amenities include a small golf course on the premises and within easy reach of several other championship golf courses. Sea and river fishing can be arranged within 5-20 miles.

For more Special Offers from Ireland's Blue Book country houes, historic hotels and castles please click here.

Dunbrody House , Co. Wexford

Bed & Breakfast

Description: Best Available Bed & Breakfast Rate - rate is per person sharing based on double occupancy - triple or single direct from hotel - Full breakfast served til Noon each day - Tables for dinner guaranteed for hotel residents - Dietary requirements catered for with advance notice - check in 4pm - check out Noon  Last Minute Room Only Specials available directly from hotel Tel 051389600

Valid From: 01.05.2014 To: 30.04.2015

From: €75 Rates per person sharing


Tankardstown House, Co. Meath

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

Description: Get away from it all and relax in a truly special place.  Sleep soundly in one of our beautifully appointed courtyard cottage suites or heritage rooms, gourmet dinner in the award winning 2AA rosette Brabazon Restaurant and breakfast the following morning.   Whether you decide to unwind with a good book in front of the fire, grab an estate map and take a stroll or book a relaxing treatment, there is something to suit everyone's tastes. Other facilities guests can enjoy during their stay include: The fabulous outdoor hot tub Our cute estate bicycles The games cupboard Our extensive DVD collection Offer available Wednesday, Thursday and Sundays.

Valid From: 15.10.2014 To: 31.03.2015

From: €150 per person sharing


Ballymaloe House , Co. Cork

Jameson Whiskey Experience

Description: Come and join us for the Ultimate Irish Whiskey Ballymaloe experience. Arrive into Ballymaloe to a Midelton Very Rare in front of the fire in the Drawing room. Head to your room to relax or if you would like we can organise a tour of our award winning wine cellar with one of our sommeliers. Enjoy dinner in the dining room and then an Irish coffee in the drawing room after. The following day after breakfast head into the Jameson Distillery in Midleton and see how Irish whiskey has been made from the beginning to now Please note that if staying on a Sunday night we offer our guests the Traditional Ballymaloe Buffet dinner of carved meats and seasonal salads served by the Allen family rather than the 5 course dinner.

Valid From: 01.04.2014 To: 01.04.2015

From: €200 per person

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