Guests can enjoy luxury self-catering accommodation in the beautifully restored 19th-century Ballyblood Lodge, which is situated near Tulla Village, County Clare, the town of O'Blood, anciently a family who owned all the surrounding area.
Ballyblood Lodge was recently renovated to a high standard and now provides modern amenities in an idyllic setting. The lodge is family friendly and wheelchair accessible. It consists of a kitchen/dining room, sitting room with solid fuel stove and a lounge area upstairs that is ideal for relaxing or catching up on business while away.
For sleeping, there are three bedrooms, with one wheelchair-accessible double on the ground floor. There is a shower room next to this bedroom. Upstairs there is another double as well as a twin room and bathroom with shower. Both upstairs bedrooms open out onto a large deck area equipped with hot tub, table, chairs parasol and lounge chairs, making it the perfect place to unwind. The deck area is also ideal for barbecuing and dining, as a gas-fired barbecue is on site.
Ballyblood Lodge is situated on the East Clare Walk Route so it is an excellent accommodation for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. There are bicycles and wellingtons available for guest use. Just a 10 minute walk from the lodge, visitors can discover Ballyblood Bog, a working bog.
Granny’s Cottage is a stone cottage recently renovated to a very high standard, with all modern amenities. It has been home to the Murphy family for over fifty years and the family are now delighted to offer it to guests to relax and unwind in a luxurious peaceful and tranquil setting.
Granny’s Cottage consists of two double bedrooms, with ensuite shower rooms and a sauna room to relax after a day of touring the beautiful county of Clare. There is a large comfortable modern kitchen/dining room with large doors that open out to garden area, where guests can cook on the barbeque or dine outdoors while enjoying the beautiful countryside views.