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Lismacue House

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    Yorkshire
    Reviewed 1 October 2016

    Amazing tree lined avenue leading to a superlby set country house, huge rooms with amazing views on all sides. lovely gardens, river and views to the mountains. Great food served in amazing surroundings and with Kate at the helm your guaranteed an experience to remember

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    1Thank GeargeBartov
    Warrenton, Virginia
    Reviewed 3 April 2016

    It was an experience like none other. You arrive to a time and place that is both magical and the stuff of movies. An 18th Century home hosted by Jim and Kate who are as warm and welcoming as the surroundings. Views of the Galtee Mountains and a fully functioning horse farm replete with a number of spring foals who,...

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    1Thank David W
    Brooklyn, New York
    Reviewed 13 September 2014

    Simply a magnificent experience-romantic and relaxing. We discovered this place last year via Hidden Ireland, and true to the sites promise, a stay here is a step into a world of spectacular natural beauty, glorious Georgian architecture and (beyond delicious culinary school-trained) home cooking. Kate and Jim are natural hosts; respectful, accommodating and easy-going. We enjoyed mornings of long walks watching the Nicholson’s...

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    1Thank John F
    Dublin, Ireland
    Reviewed 24 August 2014

    For anyone interested in history, stately manor's, period dramas and unrivalled hospitality, Lismacue is a must. The big house which stands at the top of a long tree lined avenue is mesmerising, on approach. Surrounded by extremely well manicured lawns, horse paddocks, baby foals, wonderful coach houses and stables, there is a real feeling of the old world about this...

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    Thank Majella1979
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Reviewed 26 June 2014

    Lismacue House is everything you think it will be. The experience begins with the long Lime tree lined drive which leads to the house. We were warmly welcomed by both  Jim and Kate and of course Luther their dog. We as well as our two children were immediately smitten.  Jim led us to the drawing room which was filled with...

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    2Thank C J
    Cork, Ireland
    Reviewed 2 June 2014

    It was a georgous day at the end of June when we arrived to the warmest of genuine welcomes from Kate Nicholson. Kate honoured our booking even though her husband Jim had been moved unexpectedly to hospital the previous evening. Even though our stay was only for one night, it was deeply impressive. This is a lovely house and we...

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    Thank Anthonypnolan
    Paris, France
    Reviewed 18 January 2014

    If you want to get the perfect Ireland experience, stay here! With incredible home cooked feasts at night, port by the fire, hearty breakfast, and feeling like you were staying with your Irish relatives. Kate, Jim, and Rachel felt like family from the moment I walked in. Waking up to incredible views of the Irish countryside, listening to sheep in...

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    Thank Moodle39
    London, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 7 January 2014

    Although I travel extensively, this is the first review I have ever posted on Trip Advisor. I was moved to write it because of Lismacue House so far exceeded our expectations. My husband and I stayed here (together with two friends) because we were attending a wedding at Kilshane House. It was truly wonderful. Both outside and in, the house...

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    Thank emily w
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Reviewed 16 September 2013

    There is little I can add to the four other reviews listed here, except to add a note of thanks to Kate, Jim and Rachel for their unrivaled hospitality. The sincere welcome we enjoyed is of the kind one often reads about, but seldom experiences. Coming from the US, we had often visited stately manor homes of the 18th /...

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    4Thank Dr_Al_Towson
    Brunswick, Georgia
    Reviewed 8 July 2013

    Peaceful, bucolic setting with freindly hosts, satisfying meals, ample refreshments, and comfortable rooms & furnishings. A short walk into the village of Bansha; convenient and easy driving to all of southern Ireland. Extended family of 10 (including 2 young children) occupied all available rooms for a week at Lismacue House, and all were made to feel welcome and well accomodated...

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    Address: Bansha, Ireland
    Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Tipperary > Bansha
    Number of rooms: 2
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    “This places seems like it would be perfect for a small destination wedding or a honeymoon.”
     of 5 bubbles johnfW2262TP, 13 Sep 2014 | Read review
    “The Lime tree room has lovely views and gets morning sun.”
     of 5 bubbles 798cj, 26 Jun 2014 | Read review
    “We had the blue room which was very spacious and nicely proportioned with a good sized bathroom.”
     of 5 bubbles 847emilyw, 7 Jan 2014 | Read review
    “If you must have an attached bath, two of the rooms do not (although a convenient, large modern bathroom is available opposite the rooms - not at all an inconvenience), so be sure to ask for the ones that do.”
     of 5 bubbles Dr_Al_Towson, 16 Sep 2013 | Read review
    “We stayed in the Lime Room and it was lovely ,”
     of 5 bubbles EugeneG684, 12 May 2013 | Read review
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