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- Telephone+353 (0)21 465 2531
- Fax+353 (0)21 465 2021
- Email email@example.com
- Website www.ballymaloe.ie
- Address Ballymaloe House, Shanagarry, Midleton, Co Cork, Republic of Ireland
DescriptionMidleton Cork - Ireland South
Situated in Midleton, County Cork, Ballymaloe House is a building that has evolved and grown with the passing centuries, and the hotel accommodation varies from a 15th century Norman tower to modern luxury rooms. All rooms are decorated to the highest standard, combining modern comforts with timeless elegance and an eye for detail. Each room has its own name and own distinct character, and all have private bathrooms as standard. There are also a limited number of self catering cottages situated in the farmyard. Upstairs in the main house the rooms retain many original features and have enchanting old-world charm. Downstairs, new, more spacious rooms at the back of the house have views over the river and gardens. Each has its own private terrace, for afternoon tea or relaxing with a book. In summer, they also have quick and easy access to the swimming pool and tennis court. The courtyard rooms are situated in an independent building, beside the main house. This is an attractive old building where three of the rooms have small adjoining conservatories. The 16th century gatekeeper’s house stands alone by the archway to the farm. Comprising of an entrance hall and bathroom downstairs and a charming twin-bedded room upstairs with an open fireplace, it is ideal for older children. For smaller guests they can provide cots and children’s beds. The award winning restaurant serves mostly local produce, vegetables from the farm and fish market from the nearby village of Ballycotton. The outdoor pool on premises is useable in the summer only. Ballymaloe House pride themselves on offering a warm welcome, tastefully decorated bedrooms and award-winning cuisine which celebrates the best of local, seasonal produce. Ballymaloe is a byword for timeless elegance and pleasures of days gone by. Whilst there take time to enjoy a leisurely walk around the beautiful gardens or play an invigorating game of golf or tennis. Or simply sit back for afternoon tea by the pool in summer or the roaring fire in winter. Enjoy croquet on the lawn with a glass of champagne followed by a lavish five-course dinner and traditional music in the drawing room.