Aherlow House Hotel & Lodges

Pros

  • Rooms are big
  • Families will love the lodges
  • Stunning natural surroundings

Cons

  • Popular with local weddings and parties
  • Gets booked up summer weekends

Published 01/10/2017

Fodor's Review

Built in 1928 to replace a house destroyed in Ireland's Civil War, Aherlow is set on the slopes of Sliabh na Muc (Mountain of the Pigs), and comes with its own private forest and incredible views of the magnificent Galtee Mountains and the ancient Glen of Aherlow. Inside, the decor mixes modern and antique pieces. There are lots of blank walls and slightly overdone furnishings, such as cushion-laden four-posters and heavy curtains getting in the way of those views. If you can, opt for the luxury three-bedroom family lodges, replete with wraparound sundecks and big open fireplaces. The Treetop restaurant is a bright-red showplace for tempting dishes, and has the best vistas in the whole place.

Hotel Information

Address:

Off R663, Aherlow, Co. Tipperary, Ireland

Hotel Details:

  • 29 rooms, 15 lodges
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 01/10/2017

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