Cullintra House offers 6 rooms in a variety of accommodation. All bookings are for a minimum of 2 night stay.
Cullintra House, a 250 year old farmhouse set amid 230 acres of farm and woodland, has been the home of Patricia Cantlon's family since the early 1900's.
Patricia is an accomplished artist, cook and flower arranger. Her home is renowned for its breakfasts 'till midday and leisurely candlelit dinners all superbly prepared from rich local produce. Visitors of all nationalities mingle in Patricia's little dining room where many friendships have been formed. The farm is an animal and bird sanctuary and a nature and cat lover's paradise. There are many lovely walks through the woods and a private path leads to Brandon Hill and the ancient Cairn dating back 4,000 years.
A large garden room with tea and coffee making facilities and a log stove is available for guests use. The water served at Cullintra House comes form the local mountain springs and is very pure. Many golf courses, including Mt. Juliet, are nearby. Enjoy the landscape of the Nore and Barrow valleys with their villages, riverside walks, fishing and swimming amenities. The local scenery and grounds are perfect for groups and painting holidays.
Cullintra House has been listed in the prestigious "Bridgestone 100 Best Places To Stay In Ireland", the "Good Hotel Guide", "Special Places to Stay", "Frommers", "Eye Witness Guide", "La Routard" and countless other guides. It has also been featured on the RTE TV programme Consuming Passions - Cool for Cats.
Please telephone for all bookings and Patricia will be happy to answer any questions and if enquiring by email please include your telephone number so Patricia can contact you directly.
Rates: €40 to €55 per person per night.
Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome.
Off street parking.
Dinner is available, €30 for 3 courses.