Set in just over 100 acres of County Tipperary’s finest
pasture land in the heart of the Golden Vale.
We look forward to meeting you!
Dining @ Farran House
Enjoy a hearty Irish breakfast whilst admiring our spectacular views!
We pride ourselves on offering exceptional hospitality!
Farran House is a family-run farm Bed and Breakfast set in over 100 acres of County Tipperary’s finest pasture land in the heart of the Golden Vale. The Mohore River runs along the bottom of the farm and acts as the boundary with County Limerick. The house and yard command outstanding views of the Galtee Mountains. The house is surrounded by 1.5 acres of gardens, with well-established beds and lawns. There is a grove of trees with wild flowers and plants.
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR COMFORTABLE ACCOMMODATION
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Put simply, Kenneth and Melanie are the perfect hosts. It was a pleasure to stay at Farran House, from the extremely comfy beds to the delicious piping hot breakfasts - Farran House is the perfect country escape!
Best Place to Stay in Ireland
The Best Place to Stay in Ireland!
You must stop selling me such wild horses!
Whilst visiting Ireland on holiday from Portugal, we had the pleasure of staying at Farran House. I can not fault the level of service and hospitality that me and my family received. We can't wait for our next visit!
'Brody' 16.2hh 6yr old gelding ISH by Dunbrody Bobby out of a TB mare. Hunted plenty, this season with The Scarteen. An absolute gent, honest, genuine and straight forward. Plenty of scope and fanastic attitude out and about and at home. Call 00353 860243606 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
We said a fond farewell to Bert a few weeks back - I had some serious fun with him and we know he will be crossing the country in style with his new owner! Happy Hunting! #farranhouseemly #hunters ... See MoreSee Less
Wishing all of our friends, family and acquaintances new and old a very happy and healthy 2017. A snowy but beautiful morning here earlier on - the mares were certainly ready for their breakfast! ... See MoreSee Less