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Fallowfield in Cahir, Tipperary

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sleeps 2
1 room
1 bathroom

Fallowfield description

Holiday home
Fallowfield Cottage is a delightful cottage set in an isolated position, four miles from the town of Cahir in County Tipperary. This all ground floor cottage sleeps two and has one double bedroom with an en-suite shower, basin and WC. This cottage also has a fitted kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with open fire. To the outside of this cottage there is ample off road parking and a large rear lawned garden with orchard, patio and furniture. Fallowfield Cottage is an ideal romantic holiday home which is bound to please.

The heritage town of Cahir in County Tipperary is situated on the River Suir and offers the Cahir Castle, a small shopping precinct, pubs, restaurants, and a leisure centre. Also close to Cahir are the Galty and the Knockmealdown Mountain ranges. A perfect base at any time of year.

Known as the "Sunny South East", the counties of Wicklow, Wexford, Waterford, and Tipperary offer everything you could need for a dream holiday in Ireland. Miles of sandy beach and scenic drives taking in mountains and coast are on your doorstep.


  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Ground floor
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Rural location

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Mr Fouquet
May 2013
It was perfect. Both the cottage and owner, just perfect.
Mrs McSweeney
October 2013
Recently stayed at Fallowfield Cottage, it was very comfortable and in very peaceful surroundings. The owners were very friendly and helpful and we really enjoyed our stay.
Mr Howls
May 2014
The cottage is set in lovely countryside with beautiful views overlooking pine clad mountains. The approach to Fallowfields is via a narrow lane with wild flowers and ferns on the banks and a stream flowing alongside. Truly beautiful. The hosts were very friendly and welcoming and the cottage was comfortable with everything we could wish for. We thoroughly enjoyed our week there.
Mr Woods
August 2014
The cottage was very spacious and comfortable for two and a joy to return to at the end of days out. Some great days out by car and walks into the forest from the cottage. A warm welcome from the owners and we enjoyed our chats as we passed through the farmyard. Highly recommended.
Mr Owen
October 2014
The peace and tranquility of the location.
Mr Harris
October 2014
We loved the setting of the cottage and the friendliness of the owners.
Mr Harris
October 2014
The setting looking to the Galtee mountains,the tranquility and the friendliness of the owners
Mr Colley
December 2014
A truly secluded country retreat, with friendly, non-invasive hosts where you can escape from the stresses of modern life and it is situated in a beautiful idyllic setting.
Mrs Agro
May 2015
The cottage was absolutely lovely and private. An ideal reflection of life in Ireland. Also a great central location to explore the South/West from. The family who own this property couldn't have been more helpful. They were very conscientious and friendly, lovely people.
Mr Munro
October 2015
We visited Ireland for the first time hoping for a relaxing quiet time and were not disappointed, the cottage was beautiful.We cannot thank you enough .
Mr Warburton
May 2016
The cottage is set in farmland in the beautiful Glen of Aherlow. The owners were very friendly, helpful, and unintrusive but always on hand with useful tips and advice. The cottage was very clean, the bed was comfortable and the bedroom and lounge were well furnished. The kitchen appliances were in good working order. We also had the benefit of central heating as well as the option of an open fire. We enjoyed our stay at Fallowfield Cottage and hope one day to return.
Mr Layton
January 2013
Delightful cottages and delightful owners.
Mr Beaton
September 2012
It was our first visit to Ireland and we had exceptionally good weather, the people were very friendly and we enjoyed exploring the lovely countryside.
Mr Duncan
September 2012
The cottage is in a lovely, quiet setting at the end of a farm track. It is a great place to come home to after a day out. It was also a great place for Ted the dog who was in his element there. The owners and their son were really friendly.
Mrs Wright
October 2012
I am just writing to say how pleased we were with the cottage/ferry booked through your company. The cottage was lovely, in a beautiful setting with every convenience and facility. The owners were very friendly and welcoming and very informative about the local area. We had a delightful holiday and would commend both the cottage and the company to anyone.
Andy B
January 2017
What a beautifully secluded cottage, and just what we were looking for! Stayed here for a week in November with the dog and had a fabulous time. Cottage is lovely and cosy with oil central heating and open fire (fuel supplied) and totally secluded - don't let the private level crossing or dirt track out you's more than worth it for location alone. Decor is a little tired but the cottage satisfied our needs perfectly and gave us peace and quiet, easy dog walks on the door step, friendly owner and easy access to the area. No wifi and limited mobile phone reception - but this adds to the charm and the escapism aspect which we loved! Wouldn't hesitate to recommend and will definitely be back.
July 2013
I'am ready to go next tomorrow, and it's sure I'll go next.
Mike S
June 2015
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.
July 2015
We were greeted by the owner of the cottage who presented us with eggs laid by her chickens - and they were best chicken eggs we have ever had! The cottage itself is superb - located in splendid isolation along a track and we immediately felt at home. There was a quietness there with no traffic noise - a novel experience for us. Fallowfield is modern and extremely well equipped and kitted out. It has a good sized garden which was perfect for the dog we had accompanying us. There are good walks close by, as well as St. Peacaun's Church, his Well and his Cell (go and visit, you'll see what I mean!). The cottage is located in a good area to visit Waterford and the south coast of Ireland, as well as a few well preserved castles. If we ever return to this part of Ireland we would certainly go to Fallowfield again.
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