|Address||Ballynafeaha, Mallow, Co. Cork, R. Ireland.|
|Amenities||Fishing, Hiking Activities, Hunting|
|Type||4 star Hotel|
North County Cork is a glorious blend of lush green valleys, salmon-stocked rivers, and gentle hills. At its heart lies 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.
It’s a place of history, yet Longueville has moved with the times. Maintaining and modernising the house has been a labour of love for third-generation owners William O’Callaghan and his wife Aisling, your hosts.
Located four miles from Mallow, on the Cork to Dublin Railway line, Longueville is easily accessible from Cork, Limerick and Killarney.
Hunting and fishing for guests are on site. In winter, it’s driven duck and pheasant; in summer, fish for wild river salmon and brown trout on the Blackwater River. When the leaves fall, you can hunt mushrooms on the 500-acre wooded grounds.
After a day’s hike or fly-fishing the Blackwater River, Mother Nature gives way to a sophisticated, warm atmosphere in which exquisite dining takes centre stage. Returning to Longueville feels like coming home.