This modern & luxury holiday cottage sleeping 2 is located in the stunning riverside setting of Beagh Castle and gives you direct access to Shannon Estuary. You will not be disappointed with the surroundings being offered with the Shannon Castle Holiday Cottages as the castle, water and greenery create a beautiful mix!
Shannon Castle Holiday Cottages are a perfect choice for friends and family looking to stay in stylish and secluded accommodations, just a short drive away from the nearby attractions and towns. Shannon Castle Holiday Cottages Type A - Sleeps 2 This cosy and bright cottage offers tranquil and comfortable self-catering accommodation in Ireland.
The entrance opens to a modern and very well-equipped kitchen, providing you with the dining area perfect for family meals to charge you before your further adventures.
An open-plan bedroom and lounge area is located on the first floor.
Enjoy your rest in the comfortable king-sized bed (sleeping 2) or chill on the sofa while reading a book or watching your favourite movies (WIFI is provided, you can easily connect into your own Netflix account).
Modern family bathroom is situated on the first floor and has a fitted shower, basin and WC, the towels are supplied.
Communal utility room with a washing machine, iron and ironing board is available for our guests.
This is a pet-friendly holiday home, maximum of 1 dog per property is allowed.
Enjoy stunning river and castle views from your private garden area - garden furniture is provided.
Note about the castle & the grounds:
For the safety reasons at the moment you are not to enter the castle and the 2 buildings to the left of the castle. Please note the wall around the water is not fenced and extra caution in this area is needed, especially with children.
Iverus Cafe & Pet Area Enjoy a cup of coffee, glass of wine or a light meal in the Iverus Cafe literally on your doorstep. The yellow building at the end of the cottages’ cluster is the cafe run by Anna - the owner of the Shannon Castle Holiday. Check our gallery for photos from this cosy and sweet spot.
Iverus Cafe opening hours are dependable on the seasons:
- during off-peak months (September - May) it is open in the afternoons from Thursday to Sunday
- during peak months (June, July & August) it is open in the afternoon from Tuesday to Sunday
By arrangement, Iverus Cafe can be used as a venue for your family events and friends gatherings.
Good news for the animal lovers - visit the pet area on the grounds of Shannon Castle Holiday Cottage. Say hi to the local pigmy goats, Mint and Moo, Bertie the pig and all live in harmony in their pen and just love to meet the visitors. The donkeys and ponies while away the days grazing in their fields and would be delighted to be offered some carrots or apples. Things to do in the Local Area On a fine day and when the tide is in, the Ballysteen Pier and Slipway are very popular for swimming and water sports. Why not join the local children and jump off the pier or watch the jet-skis. A group of friendly bottle-nosed dolphins are regular visitors and are amazing to watch.
Enjoy a stroll in the Ballynacourty Gardens filled with many varieties of shrub roses (May and June are months when the garden is full of flowering trees and shrubs).
Visit Askeaton and its castle located 10 minutes drive away. The mediaeval village of Askeaton was once a stronghold of the Munster Geraldines, the Anglo-Norman Earls of Desmond. With its winding streets and imposing ruins you will find a rare mix of old and new. The focal point of Askeaton is the castle which stands in the centre of the town on a rocky island on the River Deel.
Go to the award winning Flying Boat Museum and enjoy a comprehensive range of exhibitions and memorabilia. The Maritime Museum portrays the history and personality of the River Shannon from Limerick City to Loop Head. The River Shannon is a huge feature in the history and mythology of Ireland and this new museum features some of that history.
Take breathtaking photos at ‘Feile Laindeir’ - the llantern festival held in Askeaton every Autumn. Local artists from the Deel Arts group take to the River Deel with the rowing club and display their hand made willow lanterns on the water. Taking advantage of the calm tidal waters, they create a mind-blowing show of light and reflections accompanied by enchanting music. While on the riverbanks local children and adults carry brightly decorated lanterns complementing the watery show. This unique event relies on a deep tide so the exact date is announced nearer the time.
Discover Adare Village, especially its picture postcard main street of thatched cottages and medieval buildings, Adare village is rich in ancient and archaeological remains with a history dating back to 1200 AD and a unique attractiveness which has made it a popular tourist destination.
Go to The Shannon Estuary Way and have a health and wellness retreat; take time to slow down, unwind, retreat and relax. Take a step into nature and disconnect from your daily stresses. Catch the sunrise to the East of the Estuary or the rouge sunset from the West. Take your pick at a yoga retreat, pause at the pier and listen to the sound of silence accompanied by beautiful bird song.
Kayak and sup in Limerick: Nevsail Watersports & Adventures run watersports and adventure activities throughout all of Ireland. Whether you are looking for some extreme sports or simply want a relaxing adventure outing, they can arrange this for you.
West Coast Aqua Park is an epic adventure for all the family to enjoy. Jump, slide, climb and bounce your way around our inflatable obstacle course on the water. Beat the obstacles, race your friends and family- and watch them get totally wiped out! They are located in Killaloe and Kilrus.
For those with a passing interest in Aviation and those with a passionate interest, a visit to Shannon Aviation Museum in Co Clare is a must for everyone! Take a step further and experience a Flight Simulation at Atlnatic Air Adventures.
Visit Limerick. Whether you are indulging in some retail therapy, searching for the perfect souvenir or simply window shopping, you’ll be spoiled for choice in Limerick. Limerick city centre is compact, easy to navigate and boasts a range of big brands and independent stores.