Ashley Park House

In the heart of Tipperary, Ashley Park House is set in 76 acres of beech woodland and formal gardens. This fine 18th century house is approached through a stone arch, then a long driveway offering lovely views over Lough Ourna ("lake of the barley"), framed by ancient forts on the shore and the Slieve Bloom Mountains beyond.

The house has been faithfully restored to its orginal splendour and features fine period furniture. The large guest bedrooms overlook the lake or the the courtyards. Guests are encouraged to wander through the walled gardens, past the gazebo and gardener's cottage, and pick fruit from the orchard. Or they can row around the lake, perhaps trying their hand at fly-fishing or visiting the ruins of the fort on the island.

Margaret & P J Mounsey
Ashley Park House,
Ardcronney,
Nenagh,
Co. Tipperary

Tel: (+353) 67 38223
Fax: (+353) 67 38013
Website: www.ashleypark.com

  • 5 guest bedrooms, all with private bathrooms
  • Bed & Breakfast: 50 - 55 pps
  • Single supplement: 7
  • Dinner: 38, book by noon
  • Open: All Year
  • Credit Cards: Not accepted
General Information:
Our guests are encouraged to wander through the walled gardens, past the gazebo and gardeners cottage and pick fruit from the trees in the orchard. Or perhaps to row around the lake, trying your hand at fly-fishing or just visiting the ruins of the fort on the island.

 

Directions:
On the N52, four miles south of Nenagh. Look for the lake on the left (going north) and enter through the stone archway, past the gatehouse.

 

 
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