Ash Cottage dates back to 1914. It is situated on an acre of private land. A complete renovation and restoration has been done to the cottage using materials sourced from old buildings & historical sites from all over Ireland to retain its character. Limestone sourced from a local quarry & Knocklong Creamery, cills from Killarney Railway Station, sleepers from the old Galway railway line & Military House Curragh, flooring from Donnybrook Hospital, church pew & notice board from Dunamaise Church and 150 year old Killaloe & Balmoral slates are just a few items used. It has been modernised with new appliances, new windows and doors. The decor has a rustic/modern feel with plenty of character and a focus on comfort and restfulness.
With its open plan concept living/dining area & double glazed large french windows it has a spacious and bright feel while retaining the charm of traditional stone cottage with its sash windows and stable front door & solid stone walls.
The kitchen has all conveniences with a large island unit. White subway tiles and black granite countertop create a modern feel while the rustic furniture and natural wood floors create a traditional cottage feel.
The dining area has a large 6ft dining table and plenty of seating area along the old church pew.
Sash windows on each side of the sitting room creates a bright but cosy space to relax, there is a large L shaped sofa with a wood burning stove and a flat screen satellite channel tv. High speed broadband/wifi is available or board games supplied.
Other things to note
The wetroom style bathroom, solid wood flooring & wide internal doors in the cottage makes it wheelchair accessible throughout.