Ballinfull, Co. Sligo, Connaught, Republic Of Ireland
|Type||Ninetenth Century House|
|Most prices are weekly. Check|
|Occupancy||1 - 8|
|+ 353 (0)71 9163156
Charles & Christa Henry
Republic Of Ireland
Here at Ardtarmon we can offer you tranquil, spacious, and comfortable accommodation with a nineteenth-century ambience.
You have the choice either to stay in the Main House with a choice of our 13 generous Bed and Breakfast rooms, with a traditional feel of the residence which has remained intact, offering guests an insight into the lifestyle of bygone times while experiencing modern comfort. The spacious entrance hall welcomes you into the house, and the drawing room provides you a retreat for tea, coffee, and reading. There are thirteen bedrooms sleeping up to twenty-six people, several separate sitting rooms, a games room, and the Main House Dining Room, Hall, and Drawing Room. These options allow different activities and arrangements for the entire group.
Or stay in one of our five self-catering cottages in the original farm yard and grounds range in size from one to three bedrooms and are pleasantly and comfortably furnished.
Each Lodge/Cottage has the following amenities - It has small adjoining living room areas, a kitchen and two bedrooms, one a double and some have adult sized bunk beds - bathrooms - open fireplace and central heating - All the cottages are snug and charming and all have beautiful different views.
Private parties such as birthday celebrations, anniversaries, family reunions and weddings have all been growing in popularity over the years and Ardtarmon House with its cottages offers a unique venue to hold such festivities.
Guests can make use of our Games Room which has a table tennis table or this can be dismantled and a table erected for group dining. Alternatively, the space can be cleared for holding meetings or other activities.
Looking for a wedding venue? Ardtarmon House & country retreat set in an area of natural beauty within woodland areas, gardens, and its own secluded beach can provide accommodation for your wedding guests or you might choose to hold your celebration within a marquee on the lawn.
Self Catering Cottages:
The Gate Lodge - three bedrooms.
The Thatched Cottage - two large bedrooms.
The Harness Cottage - one bedroom
The Barn Cottage - one bedroom
B & B Rooms:
The Southwest Bedroom - spacious double bedroom with ensuite
The South Bedroom - Double Bedroom
The Northwest Bedroom - Double Bedroom with Shower Room
The West Bedroom - Family Room ( Sleeps 3) & en-suite
Things You Should Know
The grounds around the house encompass about 10 acres with many trees enclosing different sections giving a number of different aspects and many varied walks. Amenities include a games room and all weather tennis court and a 500 metre path to the beach, which is safe for swimming and from where beach walks of many miles can begin.
There is a table tennis room in the converted stable and outside plenty of space for children to play hide and seek and to roam and discover.
Between 3 and 30Km there are harbours, beaches, quiet country roads, Lissadell House and Gardens (the childhood home of Countess Markievicz), many mountains, rivers and lakes, four seaside resorts and Sligo (18,000), the largest regional town in the North West
Ardtarmon House and farm have been in the family for five generations since 1852. The name “Ardtarmon” comes from the Irish language “ard” meaning “high” and “termon” meaning “sanctuary“ or “Church lands”. There are other termons in Ireland but this is the only one with this prefix.
Today, we concentrate on eco-awareness wherever possible. We grow organic fruit and vegetables for personal/general use, we use eco-friendly products for cleaning, and energy-saving bulbs in light fixtures.
The house and grounds have been used by walking, cycling, birdwatching, and painting groups, as well as a base for tour and farming groups. It is an ideal venue for small corporate conferences or as a quiet retreat for religious and meditaion groups.
Bundoran in Co Donegal (28 km away) is often referred to as ‘Ireland’s Surfing Capital’. The coastal area is blessed with a large range and variety of beach, reef and point breaks.