The Abraham is a 3 star one bedroom self-catering lodge housed in a newly restored 300 year old courtyard building that in former times was a cow house and grain loft. It is named after Abraham Shackleton, who founded the Quaker school in nearby Ballitore and whose descendants lived here at Belan Lodge.
The Lodge is thoughtfully presented with some of the old stone walls, beams and wrought iron preserved to be enjoyed by all. It has a double room, bathroom and landing leading out to a stone stairwell upstairs and a rustic kitchen/dining downstairs, ideal for couples.
Further photos and info on the farm can be found at www.belanlodge.com.