Blackwater Manor House

From $9,844 / week

Description from the manager

  • House
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 6 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 12

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 6

Sleeps: 12

Type: House

Blackwater Manor House

Welcome to Blackwater Manor House, a historic Irish country home of extraordinary warmth, style and comfort that provides luxury accommodation and salmon fishing on the river Blackwater, located in the North Cork countryside of southern Ireland.

Should you be seeking the very best country house cuisine, the sporting catch of a Blackwater Salmon, a chest of buried treasure or simply the warmth of open log fires in the comfort and luxury of Irish country living then look no further. The house is an award-winning (recently awarded the Country House of the Year award) Irish Country House and a member of  Ireland's Blue book.

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Blackwater Manor House
Rathcormack, County Cork, Ireland

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The house is 35 minutes drive from Cork Airport, 30 minutes drive from Cork train station and 3.5 hours drive from Dublin. The house is located in East County Cork in southern Ireland between the townlands of Britway and Castlelyons, close to the market towns of Fermoy, Midleton and Tallow and also within a short distance of Cork, Irelands' second city. There are 20 golf courses within 1 hour of the house and the 2 nearest pubs are 3 miles away.
The scenic Bride and Blackwater Valleys provide a haven for anglers, walkers, golfers, horse-riders, garden-lovers and sightseers. Blarney, Cork City, Fota Island, Kilkenny, Kinsale, Lismore, Rock of Cashel and Waterford Crystal, the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula can all easily be explored on day trips.
Salmon fishing on the Cork River Blackwater is unique. The house offers 8 privately owned beats, stretching from Killavullen to Ballyduff. If you prefer the smaller game of trout fishing, you can try your cast on the recently restored lakes in the parkland.
The Old Railway Station in Lismore is home to the Centre for Traditional Skills, a place dedicated to the conservation and revival of age old crafts and skills. The magnificent stone built goods shed is busy again with a working forge, workshops for woodturning, country carpentry, coopering, toolmaking and tinsmithing.
Beaches: Ballyquin, located on the Youghal to Dungarvan Road. Whiting Bay, located on the Youghal to Dungarvan Road. Ardmore, signed from Youghal to Dungarvan Youghal Strand. Ballycotton, signed from Midleton Youghal Strand.
Tennis: Conna Tennis Club, 15 mins.
Horse riding: Ballybrack Riding School, 15 mins.
Clay Shooting: Claybird Limited, 1 hour. The point to point season in Ireland begins on New Years Day and finishes the last day in May. If you are lucky enough to be touring North Cork during those months, the point to point experience is a must.



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