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No. 7 Tipperary Thatched Cottages in Puckane, Tipperary

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sleeps 6
3 rooms
1 bathroom

No. 7 Tipperary Thatched Cottages description

Holiday home
7 Tipperary Thatched Cottages is a quaint, detached cottage set in the village of Puckane, County Tipperary. With three bedrooms including one ground floor double, a twin, and a ground floor adult bunks bedroom, up to six people can stay. There's also a ground floor bathroom, a kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area and a cosy open fire. Outside, there is off road parking for one car with additional bay parking on a first come, first served basis, along with a shared lawned area to the front of the property with a private garden furniture. Within easy reach are the beautiful, expansive waters of Lough Derg, and golf-enthusiasts and walkers will also be delighted with the location of 7 Tipperary Thatched Cottages.

The village of Puckane lies on the banks of Lough Derg, the Republic of Ireland's second largest lake, 6 miles from the town of Nenagh, in County Tipperary. Puckane typifies rural Ireland, and a collection of 12 Puckane holiday cottages are located right in the centre of the village, around a village green. The village also offers a shop, tennis club and Kennedy's Pub, a traditional Irish pub.


  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Near golf
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Wifi
  • Near pub

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Ms McLawrence
September 2015
Liked the hospitality of the owner, the friendliness of the locals and the easy access to all other towns. The property had an open fire, dishwasher and washing machine, could not complain about anything. Best of all was the pub on our doorstep, with traditional Irish music. A fantastic holiday, well done.
Mr Turner
September 2015
Liked the quiet easy and relaxing flow of the place, it was nice and slow with no stress, and the locals were so outgoing and friendly. I would recommend this, it was a step back into the past and was a very beautiful little place.
Ms Hempenstall
March 2015
The little cottage was beautiful; extremely cosy and just what we were looking for. The open fire was so welcoming we could have stayed in front of it all night. The kitchen had everything you could possibly need and the bedrooms were warm.
Mr Spiby
August 2014
A cosy Cottage, pleasant setting and friendly helpful locals. Would certainly recommend, a great place to recharge your batteries.
Irene A
December 2016
With its charming village, pub, church and neighbors it is an ideal location to base your Ireland vacation from. We have stayed here 2x in the past year and are already planning to go back. If you are looking for a real Irish experience this is the place, from your own fireplace to sit by with a cup of tea at night, to the perfectly sized kitchen and bedrooms its relaxation at its best.
July 2015
Myself and my husband, 2 children and family dog have just returned from a weeks stay in this gorgeous little cottage we were made feel really welcome from the owner tim a lovely man he was so helpful, the kids had a great time my daughter was upset leaving she said she will miss the cottage
October 2015
The cottages lie in the heart of the village that's a stones throw away from the friendly local pub and shop. Once you've disconnected from life's daily dramas it's easy to blend into this happy & welcoming community. Inside the cottage I fell head over heals in love with the open fire, natural beams, stone floors and all the usual nooks and crannies one would expect from an authentic cottage. The cottage contained a fully equipped kitchen, small flat screen TV, bath/shower in a large spacious area. While there I enjoyed the beautiful hiking trails, collected some winter woolly bargains in the very fine John Hanly Wollen Mills, did some hiking around the Cliffs of Moher & visited the Rock of Cashel. I also spent some beautiful evenings watching the sun set on the mighty Lough Derg.
June 2015
On arrival found the cottage to be filthy with dirt and dust. No vacuum cleaner available. Fire grate not cleaned out. Fire grate broken.Smelly bedding. No bulb in stairs light. No shade in bedroom light. Lack of equipment - sleeps 6 but only 4 plates and 2 soup bowls. Not permissable to use decorative plates in cabinet. Unusable WHB in toilet due to leak. Toilet flush not working properly. Faulty tap in Bathroom WHB which meant it splashed water all over the floor when you use. No door on Freezer compartment in fridge. Not enough pots and pans. Bench outside is rotten and splintered and owner asked if we could do without it as new arrivals expected one but this cottage is the only one that has a bench. Owner oblivious to lack of basic items and lack of broadband. To get WiFi you have to stand outside near the owners cottage or occassionally hold cellphone to window. Cottage is very cold and blocks had to be bought and fire lit in June.
Mr Mcdowell
July 2016
No. 7 Tipperary Thatched Cottage is very nice. It is clean, tidy and has comfortable beds. The owner was very helpful.
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