As stone-cut restored holiday homes, the Strasburgh Manor buildings combine ‘old-world’ charm with superb modern amenities.
The smaller house accommodates four people, with one double bed and two single beds. The larger home caters for up to nine people, with three double beds and three single beds.
Strasburgh Manor is located on six acres of mature woodland, lawns and walled gardens. Both homes include:
- Large courtyard with plenty of parking
- All bedrooms en-suite
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Washing machine
- Sitting room with solid fuel stove
- Central heating (electric)
- Cot available on request
- Double-glazed windows
- Bed linen, towels, hair dryer, iron and ironing board supplied
Strasburgh Manor has historical links dating back to the 18th century. It was part of the Strasburgh House estate, which once comprised of 242 acres. The holiday homes’ buildings were once the coach houses attached to the house.
Once occupied by James Burke, who was killed in the French Revolution in 1790, the house was named after the French town of Strasbourg. It figured prominently in Irish history until its demise in 1921 when it was burned down during the Irish War of Independence.
Painstakingly restored to their former glory, the Strasburgh Manor buildings combine ‘old-world’ charm, including cedar beams, traditional stone fireplaces, and superb modern amenities.
The fantastic location is within easy reach of nearby tourist attractions and key services.
Although less than a 10-minute drive from Clare’s capital town, Ennis and 25 minutes from Shannon Airport, Strasburgh Manor offers an oasis of peace and tranquillity in the West of Ireland countryside.
A pleasant rural environment surrounds the house, which is set in six acres of mature trees and farmland with its own attractive private entrance driveway. A spacious courtyard with outdoor furniture serves both buildings, offering plenty of opportunities for relaxation and socialising.
Strasburgh Manor is also an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of County Clare, the Shannon Region, and the West of Ireland and Wild Atlantic Way.
Furthermore, it is ideally situated for an activity-based holiday, a touring holiday, or just sheer relaxation.