Lough Cutra

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Cormorant

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Cormorant

Nestled into the Northern corner of the courtyard, this beautifully appointed self catering cottage can sleep up to six guests - with private entrance and parking. Built during 1846 as part of a programme to provide famine relief during the Great Potato Famine of the time, it originally housed stabling for some of the many horses that were needed to run a large country estate such as Lough Cutra. In the 1920's the Gough family, who were the then owners of the Estate, closed up the Castle and converted several areas of the courtyard including Cormorant into a large residence for themselves. They brought with them many original features from the Castle, such as wooden panelling and oak floorboards from the main Castle dining room and marble fireplaces from the bedrooms.

We have furnished and decorated the home to provide a luxuriously comfortable and private stay to our guests. Each unique courtyard home combines the history and heritage of the estate and buildings with modern conveniences.

Features

Reception Hall
Dining/Living Room with open marble fireplace
Kitchen - Fully Equipped, with a view of the Castle
1 Queen Bedroom (en suite)
1 Queen Bedroom
1 Twin Bedroom
Utility Room/WC
Bathroom
Electric Storage Heating
Linen and towels provided