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John Ryan wrote a review Oct 2019
Murroe, Ireland10 contributions7 helpful votes
Second time in here and it's a gem. Great manager,, very engaging,, great staff. Excellent service and surroundings, both in bar and restaurant. Good menu and range of beers. Definitely be back,,, lovely deck looking down to river, and no problem getting taxis for the trip home
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Colm K wrote a review Oct 2018
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We had a great weekend in Millbank House a charming 18th century farmhouse, just a stones throw from Murroe. The owners provided a great breakfast, including freshly made soda bread and scones, and were very helpful in pointing out local attractions such as Glenstal Abbey and Killaloe. I was given a tour of the well stocked fishing shop and must note to return to fish the Shannon in the future. The room had everything we needed and the owners were very welcoming.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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MikeandNeen wrote a review Jul 2014
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We had aimed to head to Limerick after driving across from Galway to find a bed for the night but it was ALL booked out for the Special Olympics. Starting to worry a little, we headed out of Limerick towards Tipperary with fingers and toes crossed. We spotted a sign saying B&B that lead us out into the Irish countryside to a 300 year out house called Millbank House and Angling Centre. It was 9.30pm at night but they took us in and even drove ahead of us into the little township to find something for dinner. Pasta bag dinner with chopped up ham never toasted so good. Richard and Elenore are wonderful friendly people and I can't speak highly enough of their home. I was SO comfortable and homely but also had everything you'd need even down to a hairdryer in the room, tea and coffee facilities and Wifi. Waking to the view of green Irish countryside complete with cows, and a wonderful breakfast was the icing on the top of the cake.
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Date of stay: June 2014
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Manager wrote a review Sep 2012
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Millbank House is set in the luscious rich farmlands of county Limerick and a short 20 minute drive from Limerick City itself. The building and farm have been in the Keays' Family since the year dot and you will be warmly welcomed by the latest in the line, Richard & Eleanor. I have been coming here, off and on for 45 years and can truly say that it is one of my favourite places on the planet. The family operate this comfortable B&B as a compliment to their small dairy farm - they have a heard of 50 cows which you can see and hear from the bedrooms. First class angling for salmon or trout can be had from the Mulcair River which flows through the property. This is a great rural escape if you are looking to unwind from the vigours and stresses of modern city life. The Keays family are a complete delight, nothing is too much trouble and they couldn't be more helpful. As a bonus there is a traditional local pub just a short walk up the lane where you will often hear the locals singing traditional Irish songs. And not a tourist in sight, just for the benefit of themselves. The area is ringed by the beautiful Slieve Felims and Galtee Mountains and yet is slightly off the usual tourist trail. This is real Ireland (which is becoming harder to find these days) and with the Keays this is a real Irish family with a real Irish welcome.
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Date of stay: September 2012
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IrelandProvince of MunsterCounty LimerickMurroe
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Frequently Asked Questions about Millbank House
Which popular attractions are close to Millbank House?
Nearby attractions include Glenstal Abbey (7.5 km), Boskill equestrian/Trekking Homestay (5.2 km), and Glenside Pitch and Putt (3.5 km).
What are some restaurants close to Millbank House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Stone Oven Bistro, Leens Bar & Restaurant, and PaMcGrath's.
Are there any historical sites close to Millbank House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Grange Stone Circle (11.9 km), Lough Gur (13.2 km), and Augustinian Church (14.8 km).