About Sefton Cottage

The property has been renovated to an exceptionally high standard and is furnished with many lovely pieces. The cottage has 3 double bedrooms one of which is a master bedroom with en suite. The 2 remaining double bedrooms share a lovely house bathroom and there is also a large downstairs toilet with wheelchair access. Every room is individually decorated with its own unique charm. The cottage contains a fully equipped kitchen with a quality range cooker, SMEG fridge/freezer, dishwasher and separate utility room. There is ample dining space inside the property and a stone furnished patio for those preferring to dine al fresco using the Gas BBQ provided.

  • Stunning 19th Century Cottage
  • Three Double bedrooms (Please note: there are two further bedrooms on the 1st floor that are for owners’ use only)
  • Master Bedroom with king-size double bed  (space for travel cot) and en-suite with power shower
  • Two Double bedrooms with shared bathroom with power shower over bath
  • TV’s to all bedrooms
  • Lounge with TV/Sky & DVD player
  • Handcrafted luxury dining kitchen with table to seat 6 & breakfast bar to seat 4
  • Wood burning stoves in lounge & dining kitchen
  • Electric range style oven/hob and microwave
  • Fridge with freezer compartment and dishwasher
  • Utility Room with washing machine and dryer and space for coats/boots
  • Toaster and coffee maker
  • South East facing garden with furniture
  • Fire pit
  • Driveway with parking for 3 cars
  • Free WiFi
  • Electric, hot water and heating included in price
  • Bed linen & towels provided

The house is located 3km outside the peaceful village of Kinnitty at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountain Range,

Kinnitty is situated in the heart of Ireland within ‘Irelands Ancient East’, and is just 90 minutes’s drive from Dublin, Limerick, Galway and 2 hours from Cork. It is located 13 km east of the Georgian Heritage town of Birr on the R440 and R421 regional roads.

The village derives its name from the myth that the head of an ancient princess is buried beneath the village, ‘Ceann’ being Irish for head and ‘Eitigh’ being the name of the princess.

The village is served by two pubs, two churches, a post office and a village shop where fresh eggs, bread and all the basics are all readily available