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Beech Lodge (Kildare)
Athy, Co. Kildare
  • Self Catering
Beech Lodge on Ballindrum Farm is a two bedroom stone cottage overlooking undulating countryside, preserved hedgerows, mature deciduous trees and of course the forty shades of green. It is fully wheelchair accessible - VAS Category four accredited.

Ballindrum Farm is set in an area of rural beauty in South County Kildare, one hour from Dublin. From the farmhouse the picture postcard views show, undulating countryside, preserved hedgerows, mature deciduous trees and of course the forty shades of green.

Vincent and Mary Gorman will ensure that your stay at their award winning farm, B&B and self catering property, is a memorable one. Beech Lodge Ballindrum is a fully wheelchair accessible (VAS Category 4 accredited) four star self catering stone cottage. It has two bedrooms: one double ensuite and a twin with a wheelchair accessible bathroom. Facilities include, a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, safe and WiFi available. There are hair dryers, electric blankets and TV in the bedrooms. The site is elevated and scenic, with garden furniture for your enjoyment.

Ballindrum is a working dairy, beef and tillage farm, with wheat and barley crops. Free guided tours are available to guests on request.

Ballindrum is close to Athy, Kilkea Castle, Mount Juliet, and the K-Club Golf Clubs as well as Naas, Punchestown, and the Curragh Race Courses. It is also within driving distance of Goffs Horse Sales, the Japanese Gardens and the National Stud. this is an ideal touring base for Kilkenny, Wicklow, Dublin and Kildare

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Ballindrum Farm,Ballindrum,Athy,Co Kildare,Republic of Ireland
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