Location Longueville House Hotel is 500 acres of a wooded estate and gardens which is located four miles from Mallow, 26 miles from Cork Airport and 3 hours' drive from Dublin, on the Cork to Dublin Railway line, Longueville is also easily accessible from Cork, Limerick and Killarney. Beautifully maintained over many years and generously proportioned, it's sumptuous, inviting and lived-in. With family art on the walls, window boxes stocked with flowers grown on the grounds, open log fires and modern bathrooms. Whether you're getting away from it all, taking a romantic weekend, rekindling memories or reigniting old flames, you'll find a warm welcome at Longueville. It is the perfect combination, a place to enjoy nature by day, then dress for gourmet dinner by night. The atmosphere of Longueville House Hotel is able to content the sophisticated patron while at the same time being endearingly rural.
Rooms Longueville House Hotel, a 17th-century, 20-bedroom Irish country house hotel steeped in history and character, offering a very warm welcome, with open log fires, comfortable bedrooms with modern bathrooms with fluffy cotton towels and good-pressure hot water, every comfort is assured. In the rooms there is TV and telephones available. Facilities also include: hairdryer, iron/ironing board, turndown service, laundry service and garden view. There are in total 20 Guest Bedrooms,18 double rooms & two box single rooms, accommodating in total 38/40 house guests. By taking exclusive use of the entire house, that is all 20 Guest bedrooms will thus ensure privacy and space and allow plenty of attention to detail.
Restaurant The Presidents' Restaurant is at the heart of Longueville House Hotel and the menu comes straight from the estate. There's fresh salmon from the Blackwater River and meats from the farm. Vegetables and herbs come from the walled kitchen garden. Only the extensive New and Old World wine list is drawn from farther afield. Chef and Patron William O'Callaghan has brought that twist to Ireland's south-western corner, where ingredients such as pork, lamb, woodcock, snipe, salmon, honey and oriental greens come straight from the estate. Even our water comes from our own wells. Longueville House Hotel welcomes groups of 20-120 persons for either lunch or dinner to cater for all occasions.
Ideal for travellers passing through or a quick stopover, Longueville House offer a light snack food menu served in The Bar area from 1.00pm to 5.00pm Wednesday through Saturday, subject to availability. Booking in advance is strongly recommended, particularly at weekends.
Afternoon tea in Longueville House is served in The Drawing Room & Mount Hillary Room of Longueville House from 2.00pm to 5.30pm Wednesday through Saturday, subject to availability. The choice of menus combine to make for an unforgettable afternoon. Booking in advance is strongly recommended, particularly at weekends.
Activities Nestled into beautiful untaimed nature, the hotel grounds enable a lot of outdoor activities. From fishing in the river Blackwater, over or hiking, cycling and horse riding in the surrounding Blackwater Valley there is something to offer for everybody's taste. And for those who search to relax, a unique fusion of eastern & western massage techniques is provided to you in the calm and privacy of your own room.
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