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Nanny Murphy's Cottage

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Unwind, relax and kick back in this very special property. If you're intrigued by Irish history and want to experience old Ireland, or if you're seeking artistic inspiration - this place is for you.  Authentically furnished with pretty patterns and traditional textures, this thatched cottage has three bedrooms and can accommodate up to five people.  Featured in the Irish Times, Independent & sustainable building websites; this unique property is all about traditional Irish culture, heritage & passionate craftsmanship. Quiet, cosy and romantic, it boasts many authentic features (cob walls, open fireplace, exposed beams) that transport you back to old Ireland! Includes modern conveniences for comfort. Great central location in the beautiful North Longford countryside - ideal for exploring Ireland's gems. This isn't just a place to stay - its an experience.

The kitchen is well equipped and the bathroom cosy with a large shower. The main living area is true to traditional form: stove fireplace, drop-leaf sliding dining table (to create space for Irish dancing and singing), timber mezzanine walkway, Irish trinkets on shelves, exposed beams, curved cob ceilings, cute sash windows and the famous Bodhrán (Irish musical drum). All this, with the sensitive introduction of modern conveniences to ensure a comfortable, safe, enjoyable stay.

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Address: Ballyduffy, Co Longford

Website: www.airbnb.ie/nannymurphys

Telephone: 00353 87 1835064

Email: michaelmasterson4@gmail.com
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This project was assisted by Longford Local Community Development Committee, Longford Community Resources Clg. and Longford County Council through the Rural Development Programme (LEADER) 2014-2020 which is part-financed by the EU, "The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas" and the Department of Rural & Community Development.       The European Commission.


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