Mornington

Tranquillity and warm hospitality are the essence of Mornington, home to the O'Hara's since 1858. Set in an unexplored corner of Westmeath, with its charming landscape of rolling hills, ancient forests and sparkling lakes, Mornington is truly part of the real hidden Ireland, away from the tourist hordes, yet just 60 miles from Dublin.

The original manor was built in 1710 and extended in 1896. It is now a gracious family home with a reputation for delicious meals prepared in the fine tradition of the Irish Country House. Anne is a member of Euro-toques, the international fraternity of serious chefs.

Excellent golf, fishing and equestrian facilities can be arranged. The neolithic sites at Newgrange and Loughcrew and the early Christian sites at Fore and Clonmacnoise are all within easy reach, as are the gardens and castles of Ballinlough, Tullynally and Butterstream.

Warwick & Anne O'Hara
Mornington, Multyfarnham, Co Westmeath
Phone: (+353) 044 72191 Fax: (+353) 044 72338
info@mornington.ie
www.mornington.ie

  • Five rooms, all with private bathrooms
  • B&B: 60 - 65 pps
  • Single supplement: 20
  • Dinner: 40, book by 2pm
  • 3 day half-board rate: 275
  • Children welcome
  • Open: 2 April to 31 October
  • Credit Cards: Amex, Visa, Mastercard

Directions:
From N4/Mullingar bypass take R394 for 8km to Crookedwood. Left at Wood Pub, then 2km to first junction. Go right, house is 1km on right.

 
The Hidden Ireland
37 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2 - Ireland
Tel: (+353) 1 6627166
FAX: (+353) 1 6627144
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