Farrenwick Country House

5/5 Rating
1 Review
From 32 EUR
Per Night


N = 52 39765 W = 07 814883 (WGS84).

Farrenwick Country House is a dormer bungalow, the home of Denis and Kay Fahey. It is approved by Failte Ireland and has three large guest rooms and located in the South Tipperary on the R687, 3km. North West off the N24 and 6.5km South East off N8.

It is situated on a beautiful rise of ground that comprises of well cultivated lawns throughout, and embankments discretely decorated with shrubs and flowers. Guests are invited to browse, and relax in it's tranquil surroundings.The spacious car park is under security night and day.

The house comprises of magnificent spacious rooms. The lounge, for guest use, is furnished with comfortable restful seating. The dining room is set off with a view of more flower and shrub bedecked embankments to the rear. The bedrooms, classified as double or family rooms, have all got en-suite facilities, and in addition, they have tea/coffee making facilities and telephone.

King/Twin (2 pax)
Ensuite bathroom
Twin (2 pax)
Ensuite bathroom

Price displayed is an indication, actual price confirmed on enquiry

Country Ireland (Eire)
Region County Tipperary
Nearest Town Clonmel


  • Breakfast
    • Full
  • Restrictions
    • No smoking on property
    • No smoking inside
  • Payments
    • Visa/Mastercard
  • Facilities and Features
    • Outstanding garden
    • Eco-tourism
    • Romantic
    • Wi-Fi
  • Discounts
    • Discount Multi Nights Stay
  • Pets/Children
    • Children welcome
From 32 EUR
Per Night



Overall Guest Rating

Hands down, our favorite place to stay in Ireland was the Farrenwick Country House. We stayed there 4 years ago, and when we decided to return for another visit to Ireland, this was the one place we HAD to stay at again. Farrenwick is immaculately clean, comfortable, surrounded by beautiful gardens, and set in a peaceful and restful rural location. Kay and Dennis Fahey are the incredibly gracious and welcoming hostess and host. The best thing about staying at Farrenwick was the craic - although Kay's tea, scones, brown bread, homemade jam, and delicious breakfasts are unbeatable. Ask Dennis about politics, health care, Irish history, criminal justice, religion, solar energy, local issues - and you will be rewarded with conversation that may carry on into the night. We felt more like family than guests in their home. We would recommend a stay at Farrenwick, and predict that you will want to come back again and stay longer!
August 2011