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Ashmore House offers you accommodation with Georgian charm and modern day comforts. Our five tastefully decorated letting rooms are all en suite. In the morning, guests are provided with an extensive breakfast menu. Breakfast are freshly cooked to order and served in the spacious dining room. In the evening, guests can relax in our sitting room or visit the fine restaurants and pubs nearby and enjoy an evening of fine food, good fun and entertainment.
All reviews great location within walking distance coal fire free tickets full irish breakfast friendly hosts enjoyed our stay place to stay the wi fi room was large pubs and restaurants breakfast was delicious first stop plenty of parking short walk brendan tipsy dog
Brendan was an outstanding host!!! We had such an authentic experience while stopping for the night after seeing the spectacular Rock of Cashel. Brendan was pleasant and referred us to a great dinner at Bailey’s Hotel to make for a prefect night!
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This classic old home was perfect for its location and friendly hosts. Their dog, Tipsy welcomed us as well! Our room was large with a modern bathroom. Classic Irish breakfast was included, and was served in a nice dining room. The back yard was blooming...More
On the first stop on our first trip to Ireland, we could not have found a more traditional Irish welcome. The owners Brendon & Laura make you feel like guests in their own home...which you are! After an overnight flight we were welcomed with a...More
We arrived without a booking on a bank holiday weekend . main house was full but the second house next doir was available. Great space with a lovely shared kitchen and sittibg room.
Breakfast was included and was wonderful.
Laura as host was thoughtful.
Brendan and Laurie were very pleasant hosts. Brendan always had a twinkle in his eye. The home was warm and welcoming with a coal fire in the sitting room and too much full Irish breakfast. The village of Cashel is lovely and the Rock of...More