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We stayed two nights while crossing Ireland. What a treat. A country house with great walks down to the lough. And then there was food... amazing dinners and breakfasts. Not to mention the dogs. Thanks Verity.
A beautiful house in an amazing setting - especially in autumn with the colourful leaves and view over the lough. The homemade food (especially the granola and poached fruits at breakfast) was delicious. Our anniversary meal (again all homemade produce) on the Saturday evening was...More
Totally regret not writing a review for Lough Bawn House sooner after our stay, but maybe it's because it felt like taking away from the specialness of our time there. Typical wet February weather and we really needed a little break away. We both live...More
I recently was working in Co West Meath and was lucky enough to have been accomadated in Lough Bawn House. I had such a delightful stay there with the most wonderful host one could image. I can't recommend it highly enough. I will be back.
Highly recommend. In July 2017 I stayed in Lough Bawn House with my dog Daisy, a springer spaniel. If its peace and tranquility, delightful conversation and delicious food in a beautiful period country house situated in stunning grounds, then this is the place to book....More
US$137 - US$163 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I do not know where the Catholic Church in Collinstown is but Collinstoown is a tiny village 5.4 k (7 mins in a car) from Lough Bawn and , if there is a church it will be visible. Lough Bawn is 70 euro a night per person If... More
I do not know where the Catholic Church in Collinstown is but Collinstoown is a tiny village 5.4 k (7 mins in a car) from Lough Bawn and , if there is a church it will be visible. Lough Bawn is 70 euro a night per person If memory serves me right.
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"My bedroom overlooked the lake with views of the setting sun on the water"