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We found this beautiful 17th Century house on Alistair Sawday's list of great places to stay in Ireland - and he wasn't wrong! Just over an hour from Dublin City Centre there is a 'big house' which has changed very little over the centuries. Nestled...More
We were treated to a delightful stay at Mornington House .Our hosts were most attentive and hospitable, ensuring that we had an extremely comfortabe and interesting visit .The roaring fire ,delicious food in a very atmospheric setting all combined to make this a very special...More
We received a warm welcome from Warwick and were shown to a lovely bedroom with bathroom at the front of the house, which had a lovely view of the front lawns and a large tree. Anne told us this tree was over 500 years old....More
Mornington House was a delight. The house and gardens fully met our expectations of a grand country house. The bedrooms and bathrooms were huge and very comfortably appointed, with views over the parkland. Warwick and Anne gave us a very warm welcome on arrival, and...More
Thank Stacey M
Response from Multyfarnham, Owner at Mornington HouseResponded 12 August 2018
Thank you for your very kind review. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your stay with us a Mornington.
To stay here is to step back in time to a country house of comfort, elegance and peace. The house holds the history of many generations. The setting is pastoral, peaceful country side. The owners are great hosts and the breakfast is excellent. Take time...More
Response from JessieGalway | Reviewed this property |
Hi Margaret, Mornington House is 14km from Mullingar, if you don't have a car you will need a taxi. I don't think there is a direct bus service from Mullingar to Galway. There is a train service from Athlone to Galway. There... More
Hi Margaret, Mornington House is 14km from Mullingar, if you don't have a car you will need a taxi. I don't think there is a direct bus service from Mullingar to Galway. There is a train service from Athlone to Galway. There are excellent connections from Dublin to Galway, train, bus (Citylink and Gobus). Best wishes with your travel plans. Jessie
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"Bring Wellington boots to have a really good chance to explore those 50 acres surrounding the big house."