Main House | The Dairy | The Coach House | The Cowshed | The Bell Tents

The Rooms.

Cloughjordan House has a variety of colourful accommodation options for guests. It’s hard to believe when you’re sitting in the boutique style ‘cowsheds’ that it was an actual cow shed only a couple of years ago. The same goes for the Dairy and the Coach House.

Proprietor, Peter Baker, and his team have constructed each room in The Cow Shed and Milking Parlour with a highly skilled craftsmanship that is apparent in every tiny feature. The rooms are completed by the interior design eye of Sarah Baker, combining an earthy, rustic feel with the ultimate in modern comfort. The rooms are a partnership of Irish farm and South African luxury, with wood direct from the Cloughjordan House forest and sinks and rugs brought over from the African continent.


The Main House.

Sleeps 8.

4 x Double Bedrooms with en suites in the beautifully elegant main house. The bedrooms have all the glamour of period features but with modern adjustments for a more comfortable stay. Guests staying here are steeped in luxury with; super king sized beds, crisp Egyptian Cotton sheets, soft cashmere blankets from Hanly Woollen Mills and under floor heating in the bathrooms. They also have use of the sitting room in the main house for relaxing and tea/coffee facilities with homemade cookies. Bedrooms are named after previous owners of Cloughjordan House; De Marisco (complete with sauna), Prittie, Dunalley and of course the magnificent Bridal Suite complete with walk in wardrobe. Each room offers a unique experience to the lodgers, with no two rooms the same, as is a theme throughout the property.

 

The Dairy.

Sleeps 6.

3 x Double Bedrooms with en suites. The structure was the original milking parlour for 150 dairy cows which is why each room; Daisy, Bluebell and Buttercup are named after the animals. The décor here is rustic with unique features and detailing making use of Cloughjordan farm wood and other farmyard materials like galvanised sheeting. The beds are traditional farm structures with super comfortable mattresses. The handcrafted nature of these rooms means you are guaranteed to have never stayed anywhere like this.

 

The Coach House.

Sleeps 4.

2 x Double Bedrooms with en suites above the cookery school. These rooms are an extension of the accommodation available in the main house and access a living room there as common room for relaxation. This building was originally a store for horse-drawn carriages, hence its name The Coach House. The two rooms available here are Tack and Stable with Tack offering guests a spacious and bright bedroom and Stable having its own bathtub.

 

The Cowshed.

Sleeps 45.

The Cowsheds are a newly renovated accommodation at Cloughjordan House with a variety of sleeping arrangements to suit all guest requirements. The bedrooms are farmyard inspired with wood used from the Cloughjordan House forest and wooden sinks and rugs from South Africa, where both Sarah and Peter love spending time. The beds are large and luxurious and the showers are powerful. The common room is like something out of a novel, spacious and bright with an Argentinian feel. The veranda opens out onto the property with big, comfortable couches complete with blankets for the ultimate in chilling-out and when the sun is shining this is the best spot in the house (or shed)!  

 

The Bell Tents.

Sleeps 10.

The newest addition to the Cloughjordan House experience is glamping. We have recently installed 5 boutique camping bell tents which are spacious with ultimate comfort and a festive feel. Mattresses and bedding are the same as any of the other rooms in the house. In order to keep our guest’s stay as premium as possible, we have built a Pamper Room so that ladies can get ready in comfort for the day ahead. This Pamper Room is bright and spacious and comes complete with mirrors and plugs for appliances. Glamping guests have access to The Cowshed lounge for relaxing and chilling-out.