€76 per night
€76 per night
Greenfields Luxury Bed and Breakfast, Mitchelstown, Ireland

Greenfields Luxury Bed and Breakfast

Mitchelstown, Cork, Ireland - Scart, Kildorrery
4.2   

4 Total reviews

  • Exceptional cleanliness
  • Wonderful food options
  • Excellent quality rooms
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Most recent review

What is a B&B ... I found that the accommodation very good. However, the rate is incorrect on website and then was emailed asking for more money after paid deposit.
The room was of a good standard but DID NOT have a TV or tea making facilities as per a normal hotel/guest ...

Description - Bed and breakfast

Ann & David Russell completed the building of Greenfields house in 2003. The neo-georgian design blends naturally with the local north Cork landscape. The tranquil setting of the house, with views over the meadows and mountain hills, is conveniently located just outside the historic village of Kildorrery, which is on the Mallow to Mitchelstown road.

The house has four large and beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms, each with stunning views over the surrounding meadows that give the house its name. Gourmet breakfasts, in the delightful Dining Room, are included in the terms. Evening meals by arrangement.

Kildorrery (Cill-Dairbhre, meaning 'Church of the Oaks'), is a typical Irish cross-roads village, boasting 5 bars, one of which offers food. There are a number of general shops, a garage, and a church. The village is understated and charming. It is a centre for Mountain walking, Fly and Coarse fishing, Clay Pigeon and Game Shooting, and of course Golf. Mitchelstown 18 hole championship and Doneraille 9 hole both offer day membership.

For the walkers or amblers, a gentle stroll in any direction will uncover the history of the area. From a very well preserved Mass Rock to the ruins of Bowens Court and chapel. A 10 minute drive to Glanworth and you can explore a Megalithic Tomb, a Castle and an Abbey.

The space
  • Property type: Bed and breakfast
  • Guest rooms/units: 4
  • Year built: 2002
  • Renovated: 2004
Bed and breakfast accommodations

Lowest price available: €76

House rental King Twin
  • Check-in: 2:00pm
  • Check-out: 10:00am

Bed and breakfast amenities

It is a centre for Mountain walking, Fly and Coarse fishing, Clay Pigeon and Game Shooting, and of course Golf. Mitchelstown 18 hole championship and Doneraille 9 hole both offer day membership.

Breakfast included Children permitted Elevator/lift not available Gardens Linen included No Smoking No curfew Parking (free) Pets not allowed Wireless internet

Room amenities

Large double aspect with views

Fully en-suite with walk-in showers/bath

King-size, Super King-size or Twin beds

Bathrobes, slippers and towels provided.

Clock radio Cribs available Ensuite Hairdryer Internet access Mountain view rooms Non-smoking rooms Private bathroom Showers without bath Television not available Toiletries complimentary


Neighborhood

Kildorrery (Cill-Dairbhre, meaning 'Church of the Oaks'), is a typical Irish cross-roads village, boasting 5 bars, one of which offers food. There are a number of general shops, a garage, and a church. The village is understated and charming.

Points of interest
  • Cork city (40km)
  • Waterford (80k)
  • Limerick (60k)
  • Killarney (70k)
  • Tipperary (70k)
  • Blarney (50k)
  • Mallow (20k)
  • Mitchelstown (10k)
  • Fermoy (14k)
  • Ardpatrick 7k
  • Killmallock (20)
  • Brough (45k)
  • Lismore (17k)
  • Clonmel (35k)

Food and drink
Eating in house
Greenfields
Evening meals by arrangement
Eating out
Hunters Rest
Typical Irish pub/restaurant. Good honest food.

Policies
Price details

€76 per night

Per person per night

Credit cards: Not accepted on location

Available discounts

5 days or more.

Booking and cancellation policy

Unless otherwise specified, booking payments are non-refundable.

Cancellation accepted up to 48 hours prior.

Location - Bed and breakfast

Scart, Kildorrery
Mitchelstown, Cork
Ireland    none

How to get there

Kildorrery, being central, in north Cork, is well placed to act as a base for touring. After a hard days touring what better than to return to relaxing Greenfields.

Greenfields is set in a rural location. A car is essential.

Nearest airport: Cork 45k