Earlson Farmhouse is ideally located for exploring the south west of Ireland and the Wild Atlantic Way. This late 17th century farmhouse has been refurbished to a high standard. The house features three spacious bedrooms, living room, sitting room, modern kitchen and an old style parlour.
The local area is steeped in beautiful scenery, with forest walks nearby. Guests can experience the Limerick Greenway, which has a starting point in the town of Rathkeale, a short journey from Earlson Farmhouse.
The house is named after the townland Kilmacanerla (Cill Mhic an Iarla), meaning The Church of the Earl’s Son. The ruins of a centuries old abbey can be found in the area.
This property is approved under the Irish Self Catering Federation Quality Framework.