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  • Rooms & Suites | Lisnabrin Country House

    Your Home from Home La maison sera prête pour votre arrivée. Chambres composées de draps impeccables, d'articles de toilette et de serviettes. Salle de démarrage avec tout ce dont vous avez besoin pour partir et explorer. N'oubliez pas vos togs pour un plongeon dans le Hot-Tub, il a la meilleure vue sur les chevaux dans les paddocks. Table de billard et jeu de fléchettes pour des soirées pleines d'activités. Buts de football, jeu de croquet et toutes les balles et raquettes dont vous aurez besoin pour des jeux amusants sur la pelouse. Vous avez la possibilité de personnaliser votre séjour à l'avance. Choisissez parmi nos menus Confort à la maison et Out & About ci-dessous. Faites-nous savoir ce dont vous avez besoin et nous pouvons vous envoyer un devis personnalisé. Drawing Room The heart of the house, take a seat by the fire and let the world settle. You might find someone with their feet up and glass in hand, maybe the competitive duo battling it out on the Backgammon Board or perhaps that long awaited catch up over a cup of tea. Formal Dining Room The elegent dining room can accommodate up to 18 guests for a candlelit dining experience. With the fire lit and the table dressed, this room is a graceful setting for your dinner party. Library Escape the chaos of the outside world with our beautiful library. A cosy quiet space for relaxing with a good book - and there are plenty to choose from! Kitchen Fully equipped and ready for use - the kitchen can be stocked with all your favourites - check out our Home Comforts page for meal and dining options. Bar & Coachhouse The Coach House Bar and Events space is dedicated to everything fun, whether that’s spending time with family, entertaining guests, or just taking some ‘me-time’. There is something for everyone here. More about the Bar & Coach House Home

  • Lucretia | Lisnabrin House

    Lucretia This elegant, inviting room has a wonderful view over the cobbled courtyard, and is named after an important lady in Lisnabrin’s history. Lucretia Coppinger married Hugh Croker, a wounded soldier in the battle of Conna. Having nursed him back to health, they fell in love, married and so began the long Croker family history at Lisnabrin. The luxurious Super King Sleigh Bed and eclectic furnishings make for a unique and cosy space, coupled with an ensuite shower room. Superking Bed Bath, Face & Hot Tub Towels ​ Selection of Bathroom products WC Work Space Power points: USB & UK/US Adaptors Fibre Broadband 100mbps Hairdryer Walk-in Shower Washbasin Courtyard Views Home

  • Raleigh | Lisnabrin House

    Raleigh Furnished with a comfortable Super King Bed and antique furniture - including a writing desk for making that important entry in your travel journal - and an ensuite bathroom with shower, this room is equipped for all your needs. This spacious suite is perfect for all explorers. ​ The explorers theme of this room is a reminder of Sir Walter Raleigh, one of the most notable figures of the Elizabethan era, a Statesman, soldier, writer and explorer – he owned Lisnabrin and thousands of acres of surrounding land, all the way from the Blackwater down to the coastal town of Youghal. Lisnabrin is currently subject to a 4000 year lease granted by Sir Walter Raleigh in the 1600’s to the Coppinger family, reminding us we are just a small part of Lisnabrin’s history. Superking Bed Bath, Face & Hot Tub Towels ​ Selection of Bathroom products WC Work Space Power points: USB & UK/US Adaptors Fibre Broadband 100mbps Hairdryer Walk-in Shower Handcrafted Washbasin Countryside Views Home

  • History | Lisnabrin House

    'If only the walls could talk...' The Crokers of Lisnabrin Lisnabrin is near the village of Curraglass, which is close to the post town of Tallow, County Waterford.Lisnabrin itself, however, is in the County of Cork. It formed part of the estate given to Sir Walter Raleigh, having originally belonged to the Desmonds. A branch of the Coppingers had, from remote times, lived at Lisnabrin, and when Sir Walter Raleigh acquired the estate, in 1586, he secured the Coppingers in the lands of Lisnabrin under a lease for 4,000 years at the rent of 4d. per acre. Raleigh stood sponsor to the son of Mr. Coppinger, the son being called Walter. Mr. Coppinger, Walter's father, was living at Lisnabrin, with his son and two daughters, at the time that Hugh Croker first came to Ireland. Hugh was a son of Thomas Croker of Trevillas, in Cornwall, second son of the 8th John Croker of Lineham, Co. Devon, and with his brothers migrated to Ireland. They were all probably soldiers. Hugh served under Essex, and it was during the retreat of the English from Limerick towards Waterford, that a battle was fought between the English and Irish, called Tallow. Essex had fought two battles after leaving Limerick, one between Adare and Askeaton, and another between Askeaton and Croom, and in both had suffered considerably. He had rested for three days at Killmallock, whence he proceeded towards Fermoy, and then as if his intention in taking this route were merely to deceive his enemies and escape their pursuit, he suddenly changed his course and hurried to Lismore, in the County of Waterford. It was not till he reached this place that the Geraldine forces ceased their pursuit, and the English army took some repose after its fatigues and sufferings. He was attacked by the rebels near Tallow, at a village called Conna, and a severe engagement fought. In this engagement Coppinger took no part, though when it was over he and his servants went down to the field of battle to assist and relieve the wounded. Amongst the wounded they discovered a young English officer - he could not have been more than twenty - who was badly hurt and had been left to his fate on the field. Mr. Coppinger immediately ordered him to be conveyed to his own house, at Lisnabrin, where he was most assiduously nursed by Mr. Coppinger's two daughters. For a long time it was doubtful whether he could be brought round, but care and good nursing effected a cure. During this critical time he, of course, saw much of Lucretia, Mr. Coppinger's youngest daughter, and a strong attachment seems to have grown up between them - so strong that Hugh Croker, for so was the officer called, could not make his departure before he sought of Mr. Coppinger the hand of his daughter in marriage. Coppinger would not hear of it. In the first place, he said he must have his eldest daughter settled in life, and in the second place he could never consent to having a Protestant son-in-law. Sorrowfully young Croker departed, but determined to bring the weight of his interest with the Government to bear upon the obdurate father. He proceeded to London, and the next year, 1600, obtained a grant of Lisnabrin as a reward of his services during the war. He forthwith returned to Ireland, and was received at Lisnabrin as a welcome visitor. Day after day passed before he could bring himself to tell his friend Coppinger that he was in reality the owner of the property of his former preserver. At length one day Coppinger remarked to him how curious it was that he alone of all his neighbours had escaped confiscastion.Croker then told him all, but added, "None need depart if you will allow me to marry your daughter Lucretia." To this arrangement Coppinger ultimately consented, and thus Hugh Croker and Lucretia Coppinger became the ancestors of the Crokers of Lisnabrin.

  • Check - In | Lisnabrin House

    Welcome We are looking forward to welcoming you to Lisnabrin. The house will be available for check in anytime from 3pm on your day of arrival . The rooms will be all set with crisp linen, bath and hot-tub towels & toiletries. If you have ordered catering, groceries or the bar to be stocked - it is all set for you. We kindly ask that outdoor shoes are not worn indoors, so don’t forget your slippers and of course togs for the hottub. There are a selection of boots in the boot room for outdoor wandering. Do let us know if you require any cots or highchairs to be set up. If you do have younger guests in your group we kindly ask that you consider the attached younger guest information sheet - it details some of the items that have come up for past guests - any queries at all, do not hesitate to be in touch. The House Manual link can be found on this page and should give you a good idea of how the house operates. Of course there are always Estate / Yard staff onsite if you need help with anything at all. The office number is +353 (0) 86 228 0312 - Call or WhatsApp A nytime . We should be relatively easy to find, our Eircode is P51W9ER and listed as Lisnabrin House on Google maps. Ring the gate intercom when you arrive, it may pause as it rings through to the office - let it ring and we can buzz you in. If you could kindly let us know your arrival time so we can make sure someone is onsite to welcome you and show you around - it would be much appreciated. Do not hesitate to call if you need help at all with directions or arrival information. Best wishes The Sleepover Team Lisnabrin House T +353 (0) 86 2280312 M stay@lisnabrinhouse.ie W www.lisnabrinhouse.ie HOUSE MANUAL Younger Guest Info The Hot-Tub all you need to know Hot Tub Cover Explanatory Video

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  • Coppinger | Lisnabrin House

    Coppinger This relaxing room is named after the oldest family recorded as living on the estate. It has a super comfy King bed and looks down on the cobbled courtyard and buildings, which once housed the horses and carriages for the family. It’s large ensuite bathroom showcases the original Victorian cast-iron bathtub - now refurbished so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful view, best enjoyed as the sun goes down with glass in-hand. It has a separate shower and handcrafted washbasin. Superking Bed Bath, Face & Hot Tub Towels ​ Selection of Bathroom products Roll Top Bath Handcrafted Washbasin Relaxing Space Power points: USB & UK/US Adaptors Fibre Broadband 100mbps Hairdryer Walk-in Shower WC Work Space Power points: USB & UK/US Adaptors Home

  • Out & About | Lisnabrin House

    Out & About Lisnabrin House is situated in a magical part of Ireland, with amazing access to the fantastic Ancient East and a gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way. This East Cork area is home to the dramatic Blackwater River and Bride Valley with the back drop of rolling hills and lush green fields. It boasts some of the most productive land in Ireland and as a result we are surrounded by Dairy farms and Horse yards. There are lots of things to do, we are only 25 minutes scenic drive to the sea or 25 minutes to the dramatic mountain viewing and hiking spot at the Vee. There are many options available, for example: Tailored Adventures, Water-sports, Clay Shooting, Golf, Guided Treks & Trails, Historical Trips, Fishing, Gourmet Tours and Equestrian Activities. You have the option to customise your stay in advance. Let us know what you would like to arrange and we can assist in making plans. Use the links below to explore our local heritage and adventures. Day trip recommendations from Lisnabrin House Make sure you see all our local sights - Here are some suggested itineraries. Let us help you plan some great days out! Cork City & Blarney The Vee & Lismore Castle Titanic & Jameson Distillery Seaside Town of Kinsale Ardmore & Youghal Medieval City of Kilkenny Click here to see some of the amazing adventures you can experience right here on our doorstep... To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. Agréments Super family destination, well placed to visit Fota Wildlife Park, Leahy's Farm, Spike Island, Blarney Castle, Jameson Distillery Midleton, Beaches of Ardmore, Goat Island or Ballycotton & The Waterford Greenway, just to name a few. We are located 20 minutes drive from Fermoy and the M8 motorway. Cork city is a 45 minute drive and the heritage town of Lismore is a 10 minute drive. The Blackwater Valley is North Cork's hidden Gem. Renowned for fishing, hunting, walking and great food, visitors are spoilt for choice. If you need a Gillie, a walking guide or local horse riding school contact let us know, we would be delighted to help you enjoy this beautiful spot. The kitchen should have all you need to dine-in but we do have some lovely local spots for eating out. Start your night off with a great pint at our local pub just 5 minutes walk from the house. Lismore (10 minute Drive) is our local heritage town, home to the spectacular Lismore Castle, a wander through the gardens and a casual dinner in Foleys would be our personal favourite. For gorgeous food in our prized coastal town of Ardmore (25 minute drive) try The White Horses Restaurant (no web site but they are rated on Tripadvisor) or a more formal setting and amazing waterfront scenery, the Michelin-star restaurant at The Cliff House Hotel, Ardmore. Youghal (20 mins) is famous for it's seafood and Ahernes is top for food there. The local area here is steeped in history and Lismore (10 mins away) is our local heritage town with a fantastic castle, you can visit the grounds there but the castle is restricted as the Lord and and Lady of Devonshire still use it as their family holiday home. The Towers Walk in Lismore is lovely, a drive up to the Vee through Lismore is fantastic, a view of five counties from the top and lovely walk to a Corrie lake. The beaches at Ardmore and Youghal are wonderful for walking, swimming & surfing. The famous Ballymaloe Cookery school and restaurant are only 35 mins drive from us. Visit the pizza restaurant on a Saturday or wander around the beautiful grounds. The Jameson Distillery in Midleton (25 mins drive) is a fascinating tour, followed by lunch in the Sage restaurant or The Farm Gate. Depending on what you are interested in there is lots to see and great places to eat. Blarney Castle (about 50 mins drive from us) is a fascinating experience. Visitors must kiss the stone!! Barryscourt Castle Midleton (30 mins away) is a really special visit, they have returned it to its original state and is a unique hands on experience of castle life in Ireland. Bantry House is a really lovely visit, it is 2 hours drive away but the area and even the drive is spectacular. Golf at Lismore (local course), Castlemartyr, Dungarvan (3 courses) or the world renowned Head of Kinsale, all great courses. Kilkenny City is only 1.5 hours from us, a fortified city with amazing castle and medieval streets, worth a visit. Please let us know if you would like any further information or we can book anything for you. Sightseeing and day trip itineraries can be arranged. Driver / Minibus transport available.

  • Brideview | Lisnabrin House

    Brideview This cosy double room with antique fourposter bed and ensuite shower room, has fantastic views out over the horse paddocks and Bride Valley. ​ Coupled with a shower room looking down over the cobbled courtyard, this room has all you need to kick back and relax. Double Bed Bath, Face & Hot Tub Towels ​ Selection of Bathroom products WC Work Space Power points: USB & UK/US Adaptors Fibre Broadband 100mbps Hairdryer Walk-in Shower Washbasin Power points: USB & UK/US Adaptors Home

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