A wonderful house , newly renovated to a high standard to offer home from home comfort, right next to historic St. Mels' Cathederal and only 5 mins stroll from bus and train station , supermarkets ,bars and restaurants. 90 mins from Dublin on N4 and towns and cities of the West on N5. Convience , flexibility and warm hospitality awaits with secure off street parking and garden space for your comfort.
“From booking to departure Lorraine has been 100% attentive. The property is absolutely stunning, a beautiful cosy home to put the feet up. Spotless and clean and an extremely comfortable bed. Basics in the kitchen, very useful and everything easy to find. 10/10 in all areas, highly recommend. Just delightful”
Situated on a quiet, remote site but within 4 miles of the nearest town, Ballymahon, and 12 miles from Athlone. The house has a modern feel to it having been constructed 10 years ago with plenty of space and most mod cons. Privacy is restricted to guest's own room as my wife and I are the only permanent occupants and will be using all of the facilities as well. Guests can choose a configuration of 1 double bed or 1/2 single beds.
“Beautiful house set in rolling countryside - I was working nearby so the location was perfect for me. Really spacious room, very comfortable and sparkling clean. Communication was great and had no trouble finding the house or coming and going. Have already booked in to stay again - highly recommend!”
This magnificent residence steeped in heritage, history and mystery is in the centre of Ireland, making it a very convenient destination. It is located a stone’s throw from the Royal Canal Blue/Green way, the River Inny and Newcastle Forest. Accommodation is on a grand scale - bedrooms with 12ft high ceilings range from deluxe superior king to romantic doubles. The single traveller, families and private parties are catered for and all rooms are en-suite.
“Our stay at Castlecor House was simply delightful! Loretta and her family greeted us so warmly and shared the most interesting details of their historic home. We felt very much at ease during our entire 3-day stay. Travel and the wintry weather made us a bit weary, so we especially appreciated some time retreating to the comfortable drawing room. The room is large, but felt very cozy. We were restored by the crackling fire, hot tea, hot whisky, and homemade mince pies. Many handmade holiday decorations created even more magic. The cooked breakfasts were very generous and included Loretta’s delicious homemade scones. Loretta very kindly packed up some scones and coffee for us for our early morning drive back to Dublin. I’m still thinking about them! It was really a joy to stay at Castlecor and a rare opportunity to see one of Ireland’s great old buildings being lovingly restored. We were happy to be part of the Castlecor story, if only for a few days. 🍀”