About Ballynahinch Manor
Ballynahinch Manor is steeped in history. Originallly the land of the O'Flaherty Clan, Lords of Connaught, Ballynahinch has been home to Grace O'Malley in the 1500's, "Humanity Dick" Martin in the 1800's and the Maharajah Ranjitsinji in the early 1900's.
In the early 18th centuary a castle was built by the Martins on the Ballynahinch Estate and later became a barracks. It was tastefully and sympathetically restored by one of Ireland's oldest Building Firms Stewart in the 1990's. The apartments are grouped around a landscape courtyard and offer picturesque views from every window. Much of the stonework was retained.
Ballynahinch Manor is a spacious corner apartment on three floors. The ground floor comprises a tastefully decorated living room with an open fire place and a spacious kitchen/diner. The second floor has a double room with ensuite, and a twin room with zip and link beds and seperate main bathroom with a bath. On the third floor there is a very spacious twin room with plenty of storage and divane.
Every comfort of the guest has been considered in the decor and surroundings of this apartment. There is no wifi available, ensuring that all guests really relax and switch off. Ballynahinch Castle Hotel is within 5 minutes drive or 20 minutes walk. It provides a warm atmosphere, tasty lunches, teas and dinners if you don't feel like cooking. On selected nights traditional Irish music is played in the bar.
Ballynahinch Manor offers it's guests an opportunity to relax in a peaceful, rural and incredibly picturesque setting all the while only minutes from villages, restaurants, activities and amenties.
For further information, please contact Jean-Paul by email on
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“In a Wonderland they lie, Dreaming as the days go by, Dreaming as the summers die: Ever drifting down the stream- Lingering in the golden gleam- Life, what is it but a dream?”
Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass