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Front of Property
Showing the House, Shop and The World's 1st Self Catering Pub.
The bright, airy and welcoming hall.
With bright south facing window, open tread staircase and ceramic tiled floor.
Large Family Kitchen
The 8ft floor to ceiling dresser has 2 plate racks and 4 large cupboards.
With Belfast sink, multi fuel stove and 8' floor to ceiling dresser.
Fire surround is a reclaimed church confessional, with a solid fuel stove (back boiler) large chalk board and slate hearth.
The ornate cast iron open fire is the focal point of the cosy sitting room.
This room is very light and airy, as it is south facing.
The round window on the landing is a lovely quirky feature.
This west facing window captures the best sunsets.
The only single bedroom in the house is south facing.
The vanity sink is great if you have guests or if you plan on doing B&B.
This bedroom is a fresh modern room with rear north facing window and built in wardrobes.
A lovely spacious room, with modern radiator cover.
This room is currently set up as a twin room, but is also large enough to take a double or kingsize bed.
Bedroom 2 Master.
A lovely large, bright south facing room.
With vanity sink and plenty of storage.
With built in wardrobes.
A bright and spacious west facing double bedroom with views as far as Derrybrian in Co. Galway on a clear day.
This west facing bedroom overlooks both the front and rear gardens.
This room captures the very best sunsets over the garden.
A rather quirky shaped room, with modern white suite.
Plenty of built in storage.
With shower fitment to taps. There is also a separate shower room.
A large bright south facing room. easily takes a kingsize bed, as seen in picture.
With ample space for wardrobes and chests of drawers.
With a small storeroom off.
Currently used as The World of Fairies Workshop.
With separate entrance.
Conroy's Old Bar Entrance.
The Pub With No Beer is everything you would expect from a "normal" rural village bar.
The highly polished mahogany bar with it's still funtioning optics, although the beer taps are no longer working.
The Original Till.
Still working, the till was one of the very few things left in the bar when we bought this place.
Behind the bar.
Neatly disguised behind the bar is the fully functioning kitchen.
The Bar Area
Complete with it's Liscannor stone floor.
The Open Fire.
The perfect place to rest after a busy day of being a tourist.
The newly fitted multi fuel stove.
The new stove is proving to be a great hit with guests, who love the fact that it's easier to control and retain the heat, and a lot cleaner than the original open fire.
The cosy lounge.
Where better to relax than in front of a cosy fire, playing games, reading a book or just chatting and catching up.
The Snug Bedroom & Ensuite
The really cosy snug bedroom has a double bed with bedside tables, a wardrobe and a small set of drawers.
Snug Bedroom En-suite
En-suite is also plumbed for a washing machine.
The Old Snug/Barrel Store.
Complete with original beer barrel delivery door and sloping floor to aid the moving of barrels. Now home to a 6'6" square bed.
Covered Smoking Area.
A lovely sheltered seating and BBQ area.
View from Covered Smoking Area
A great spot to watch the sunset and perfect for stargazing.
Rear Patio Area.
Sheltered from the wind and rain.
Rear View of Pub.
Looking from the Fairy Garden, to the rear of the house and pub.
The Fairy Wishing Well
Part of the Fairy Garden.
Stone Seat & Fairy Garden
The stone seat under the conifer, next to the Fairy Garden is a lovely secluded spot to enjoy the peace and quiet
Raised Patio, BBQ & Seating Area
This sheltered patio area behind the house is the outlook from the kitchen. It's the perfect spot to watch the sun go down in the evening.
The Front Garden
South facing, so gets the sun all day.
The herb garden and the old doorway into the former bar.
The Front Flower & Veg Garden.
With it's 3 raised vegetable beds, a raised herb bed and fruit bed to one end and a lawn and flower beds to the other.
Mobile Home Workshop.
31ft mobile home, converted into a spacious workshop, with electricity and water.
Beautiful Sunsets & Stargazing
The rear garden capturures the best sunsets and is wonderful for stargazing, due to the lack of light pollution.
Dave & Erron Slingsby. Aglish, Co. Tipperary. Ph: +353 (0)863670677 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org