I cannot rate this cottage too highly; it was in an idyllic setting approached from a lane running alongside a stream accompanied by a substantial sprinkling of ancient archaeological sites (St Pecaun's church, etc) along the way. The owners couldn't be more helpful, and friendly without being at all intrusive, with daily chats at the farmhouse a regular occurrence. Don't be put off by the fact the cottage is accessed via an unmanned railway level crossing. The opening and closing of the gates soon becomes a daily ritual and an effortless routine that often as not is opened and closed behind you by the cottage owners. This cottage is excellent value for money, ideal for singles or a couple, and I would have no hesitation in recommending it to my family, or indeed to anyone looking to self-cater in Tipperary.