The House: A listed building, this 150 year old stone built house stands at the gates to Cleggan Farm, a 600 acre farm sloping into the sea, which is still run by the descendants of its founder, Frederick Twining, of the tea family.
Overlooking the stable yard to the Northwest, and with a panoramic view of fields and of the Twelve Pins mountain range to the East, the Farm House is surrounded by a mature garden and woodland entirely bounded by a dry stone wall and with a mountain stream to the East.
Inside: Three bedrooms sleep six: one double with king size bed and en-suite bathroom, and two twin bedrooms, one with its own basin.
Downstairs there is a sitting room with TV, DVD player and video. The dining room is open plan and has an open turf fire place. The hallway leads to the downstairs bathroom with bath, toilet and shower.
There is a large country kitchen with kitchen table for everyday eating and has fridge, gas cooker, dishwasher and microwave. It opens on to a sheltered patio area commanding the best views. In the utility room there is a tumble dryer and automatic washing machine.
A large games room features table tennis, mini-football, darts and billiards table.
2011 Weekly Prices
8th Jan- 12th Mar
12th Mar-19th Mar
19th Mar-16th April
16th April - 30th April
30th April-28th May
28th May-2nd July
2nd July-16th July
16th July- 27th Aug
27th Aug - 10th Sept
10th Sept - 15th Oct
15th Oct - 5th Nov
5th Nov - 17th Dec
17th Dec - 7th Jan 2012
Extras: Damage deposit required
€200.00 No weekends.
No pets except guide dogs.
Linen and Towels included
Also electric immersion and heating all included.
This is an exceptional property in terms of décor, comfort and location well worth a visit.