After the last two years we have had it’s time to catch up on all we have missed, clense our spirit and reinvigorate our souls with a trip to the Emerald Isle. Kinnitty is located at the crossroads of Ireland which makes it a great location to visit all the best visitor attractions in Ireland. Kinnitty is less than 2 hours drive from almost anywhere in Ireland, such as The Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, Galway, Connemara,The Rock of Cashel, Kilkenny, The Blarney stone, Killarney National Park, Guinness store house in Dublin and many more.
Closer to home there are many hidden gems in Ireland’s hidden Heartlands. Within 30 minutes drive you can visit Clonmacnoise, located on the River Shannon. This was one of the most important monastic settlements in Ireland dating back to 550 and was the centre of learning for arts, crafts and Christianity in Europe during the first millennium. You will see some very beautiful High Crosses and round towers at Clonmacnoise and the final resting place of the last High King of Ireland. Other significant heritage sites in Co Offaly are Durrow High Cross, Leamonaghan, Lynally, Rahan Stone, Kinnitty High Cross, Seir Keiran, MacGregol Gospels at Birr Library, Damer House Roscrea.
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We stayed here for two nights and wished we could have stayed longer. Chris was a fantastic host, offering us tea and homemade scones on arrival. She went above... read more
Hi we had a fabulous stay with Chris in her beautiful B&B .
The lovely gardens and rooms made our stay very enjoyable, Chris couldn't do enough for us... read more
Arrived here completely wet, but it was nice and well-organised. Nice breakfast, also very pleasant and decent lady. The building itself is quite well-maintained, with a beautiful virginia creeper all... read more