This accommodation features two 2-person cabins, each one with two single beds. These small accommodations are tastefully decorated and have a lovely setting near the courtyard and its facilities.
Shower & Toilet Facilities - Around the central courtyard, there are four showers & four toilets available for use.
Communal Kitchen - This fully equipped communal kitchen can comfortably seat up to 24 people.
Walled Gardens - The larger plot is a perfect space for picnics and outdoor activities. Portions of the wall date back to medieval times, and in the autumn many of the trees bear fruit that is donated to the local daycare facility. The second walled garden is a more narrow space that leads you from the courtyard arch to the bridge over the Abbert river. This is an ideal spot for fishing and listening to the soothing movement of the water and sounds of nature.
BBQ Facilities - Irish weather being what it is, even in the summer, there is a covered BBQ area for the would-be chef in the gang!
There are several local pubs within 5 minutes of the site – Gill’s and The Palm Tree in Ballyglunin, Raftery’s in Corofin, O’Donohue’s, and Mannion’s in Abbeyknockmoy.
The nearest town is Tuam would have several more places to check out for a drink such as The Brogue, Geoghegan's and the Thatch.
Castle Hackett is a 15-minute drive from the site and is a popular hillwalking destination. Views from the top of Knockma are spectacular and recent investment has expanded the walking trail.
Knockmoy Abbey is another interesting sight located in a 5-minute drive from the site. Founded in 1190, the Abbey ruins comprise of large transitional style church of early 13th-century date, a central tower, and the remains of a cloister. Knockmoy contains some fine stonework, especially in the chancel of the church (this is where the altar stood and is unfortunately closed to the public). The chancel also contains one of the last surviving medieval frescos in Ireland.
Brooklodge Demesne, Co. Galway, Eircode H54XC86 Ireland