The Old Bank, Bruff

The Old Bank is one of the most historic Victorian residences in County Limerick and has been tastefully restored to its original nineteenth century grandeur....

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The Old Bank is one of the most historic guesthouses in Bruff, County Limerick and has been tastefully restored to its original nineteenth century grandeur. The building became the property of the Sadlier family when they purchased it from Allied Irish Banks in 2001 which saw a complete transformation of the building during a 3 year restoration and refurbishment project. The official opening of the "Old Bank" was on the 14th of August 2004.1px stats Miriam, her husband Pat, and children bring the homely experience to The Old Bank. Miriam who previously was a retail manager works very hard to maintain the highest standards that one could expect of such splendid deluxe accomodation. Visitors to the Old Bank can be assured of impressive personal attention while "unwinding" in the beautifully designed manor house rooms. The ethos is "While you stay with us regard our home as your home from home too." Hence the fire is always set in the library to enjoy watching the world go by outside. There is an honesty bar in this room to provide a pre dinner drink or a snack.

Room Information

Each room at the Old Bank possesses its very own distinct individual style that blend period decoration with all of today's modern services and luxuries.

Food & Beverage

Breakfast, Tea & Coffee making facilities

Area Information

Bruff Town/De Valera Country/Golden Vale Bruff is a mystical Irish Town situated in the beautiful Golden Vale & Lough Gur District. The Morning Star river & waterfall meanders through the sleepy town & tranquil park. Although Bruff is a small country town it has superb restaurants & Irish pubs where you can mingle and converse freely with the hospitable locals. The word famous archaeologist site and visitor centre at loughgur is located only 2 miles from the house and is open from may to September 10am to 6 pm. The centre tells the story of the first arrivals of the Celtics through interpretative panels and audio visual means, and guided tours are run once a week through song and story telling of the crannogs, church sites, megalithic tombs, stone circles and ring forts. Bruff town is ideally located for day touring the South of Ireland with its great beauty, history and wealth of visitor attractions and entertainment. Things To Do Day 1 Visit the magical Cliffs of Moher and visitor centre, take a trip out to the Aran islands or experience a visit to Bunratty medieval castle & folk park, where 19th century Irish life is vividly recreated in this top visitor attraction. Day 2 Adare village is a step back in time, with its original thatched houses. The award wining Heritage centre reconstructs Adare unique past. Adares manor castle was home to the Irish open Golf Classic 2007/2008 From Adare travel to Foynes to the flying boat Museum, down the coast road to Tabard using the ferry crossing, where at the mouth of the Shannon a unique experiences of dolphin watching can be enjoyed. Day 3 A day trip to Killarney and the ring of Kerry is not to be forgotten with its spectalour scenery and varied mountains and lakes. Muck Ross House, gardens and traditional farm is certainly a stop on your tour of the ring of Kerry. On a personal note any one who enjoys getting lost among boutiques and coffee shop, Killarney town is a haven. Day 4 Just 8km outside Cork is Blarney Castle and Woollen mills. Any one wishing for Eloquences leans over backward from the castles tower and kisses the Blarney stone, and you will never be lost for words again as the legend goes. From Blarney loose your self among the windie streets of cork or continue on your quest of discovery with a trip to the Jameson experiences at the old Middleton Distillery or take the kids to Fota Wildlife Park and Cobh sea town port. Day 5 Itís a long way to Tipperary, but not so from our home. The rock of Cashel is only 7 miles from Tipperary town and is one of Irelands top visitor attraction. These are just some of the endless possibilities to do locally while you stay with us. On Saturday a trip to the Milk market to enjoy the modern tradition of the market with the varied and many stall is highly recommended. On Monday mornings, the kilmallock live stock mart is a experiences of sounds and smells with the transfer of cattle from farmer to another.

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