Cork Home – January 2018 – Issue 271


A Courtly Restoration

Originally used to house the carriages and prize livestock of the Longueville Estate, this elegant period property has been tastefully transformed into a light and bright family home.

Nestled in a pretty double courtyard behind Longueville House Hotel, this stylish granite property has been converted over a number of years to provide William and Aisling with the space and accommodation they need for themselves and their family.

Longueville House Hotel is architecturally typical late Georgian. Situated outside the town of Mallow, County Cork it is approached by a curving avenue, boasting beautiful views of the undulating countryside and the Blackwater Valley. Now run by William and Aisling, it was opened as a simple bed and breakfast by William’s parents back in 1969 and has now developed a huge reputation both nationally and internationally for its warm hospitality and delicious food.

Read more in the January issue…


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