Courtyard Cottage, Longueville House, Mallow, County Cork
Call: 025 31023
An elegant country house adjacent to the historic manor house at the heart of the Longueville House estate.
Courtyard Cottage occupies one side of a large and partly cobbled, neo-classical courtyard, with fine a topiary centrepiece, to the rear of the main house and is part of the 450-acre estate, itself home to a 300-year-old listed stately Georgian House - steeped in history and now a charming country house with guest bedrooms and restaurant. Visitors are free to roam across this working estate where all the produce for the large house is grown. There is a fabulous reclaimed walled kitchen garden for vegetables, and a 31-acre cider apple orchard used to produce on-site artisan cider, some which is double distilled into an exclusive and unique apple brandy. The majestic group of oak trees in the parkland to the front of the house was planted in 1815, to celebrate Wellington's victory at the Battle of Waterloo. Closer to the main house lies a wild flower meadow which comes into full bloom in mid July. The property runs right down to the banks of the River Blackwater.
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