Are you looking for a truly authentic, historic home you can relax, unwind and really experience the true heart and soul of Irish culture and heritage?
Welcome to Clonacody House.
The house retains its period identity but exudes a bright and modern feel. Life at Clonacody House is all about kicking back with all the ingredients for a weekend to remember. Expect the good-old fashioned hospitality of the bygone days, curious family history, artwork and photographs to pour over. Curl up on our squishy sofas with a good book while enjoying an open fire on our ground floor, or have a bath beside an open window taking in the glorious surrounding views of Co. Tipperary’s mountains for endless relaxation.
When at Clonacody the house is yours. We pride ourselves on making it the perfect gathering spot for extended families, groups of friends, bespoke celebrations and intimate weddings. Our rooms are distinctive in character but designed with comfort in mind. Our rooms are the perfect escape: think four poster beds, original antiques, heirlooms, fireplaces, cosy blankets over crisp white sheets and sash windows framing untouched Irish countryside.
While Clonacody House does not operate a restaurant, the venue is available for lunches, afternoon teas, evening meals, suppers and special occasions at weekends or any time. Food is available subject to prior request, which you can discuss with me, as I am always happy to help and give suggestions.
The Georgian house, sitting in Fethard in Co Tipperary, originally stood on 100 acres back when it was purpose built by the Kelletts, an English military family, before it was bought by Carrigan’s grandfather in 1937.
Before Carrigan’s parents passed away, Clonacody House was a working farm and racing stables from where her father trained racehorses and provided public galloping facilities and jumping grounds for other trainers in the area.